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Date: 2003-03-15 (08:20)
From: Andreas.Eder@t...
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] OCaml popularity
Tushar Samant writes:
 > A Dummies
 > book abandons the responsibility of being truthful all the time,
 > and hence manages to communicate with harried, seat of the pants
 > programmers. You know that it's just this type--myself included--
 > which stands the most to benefit from a safe fast language.

I think dumbing down is not the right way (c) to go. It would be far
better to try to educate the harried, seat of the pants programmer,
than to cater to his perceived needs. There are already too many of
this kind and we definitely need better educated programmers; and I
mean educated, not trained!


Wherever I lay my .emacs, there´s my $HOME.

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