In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Roy Schestowitz
on Mon, 11 Sep 2006 21:10:00 +0100
> __/ [ The Ghost In The Machine ] on Monday 11 September 2006 21:00 \__
>> In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Roy Schestowitz
>> on Sun, 10 Sep 2006 07:26:41 +0100
>>> An End to ASP
>>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>> | Classic ASP is in steady decline. I can't think of any major sites that
>>> | have been launched with it recently; debugging classic ASP is right up
>>> | there on my favourite things to do with dentistry and paying taxes.
>>> | Worse, classic ASP is the home of VBScript; every respectable programmer
>>> | I know spits on Visual Basic.
>> Don't worry. Everyone will go C#/.NET soon (they'll have
>> to), and they'll eventually spit on *that*. :-)
> Reminds me of the Computer Vision summer school in Surrey.
> One of the lecturer pronounced it "C Sharpe", with a spitting
> sound at the end.
Heh. I've heard "C Hash", which is probably accurate
enough given the mangling that's been done to the language.
> surveyed some programming languages. The only proprietary
> software I still occasionally use is MATLAB (on Red Hat).
Not familar with MatLab; what little math/computation I need
I use GP/Pari, or perhaps LyX.
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