_2018_:: october:: _08_
pub const _08_: ()
They have good ideas about shortening the code. But they are too arrogant to take away a lot:
- They run garbage collectors: they are selfish. Garbage collectors reflect laziness from developers.
- They introduce duck typing: they treat developers like chicken, which are true. Any developers on this planet who use duck typing, are chicken. I don't understand why employers sign any contract to people who write contractless code?
- They use global interpreter lock (GIL). Today is near the end of 2018, let's name a few: PHP, Ruby, Python... Wow! Years of researches and developments have contributed power to the languages' designers, to keep the GIL in, up and healthy.
- They shave RAM.
The clouds love them. Of course. They shave RAM. They bite the heads of CPU chips during a meeting.
Lazy "developers" love them.
It's all good for business.
I like dynamic programming languages too. Once I know that my competitors use dynamic programming languages, I consider them wiped out, on the market.
I like this one even more. It's an extremely gorgeous language ever invented on this planet. It's not a dynamic language, but it's so good that makes me name it here.
Millions upon millions of developers are using Java.