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Re: [News] Possible Record for Java Programming, New GNU Utilities from CodeSourcery

wispygalaxy wrote:

> William Poaster wrote:
>> On Fri, 29 May 2009 17:11:14 -0400, above the shrieking, FUDding &
>> whining of the trolls wispygalaxy was heard to say:
>>> Hadron wrote:
>>>> wispygalaxy <wispygalaxy@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
>>>>> Gregory Shearman wrote:
>>>>>> On 2009-05-21, wispygalaxy <wispygalaxy@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>>>> Java is a popular language, and I hope it continues to have
>>>>>>> success. So
>>>>>>> many gadgets run Java.  How can we live without it?
>>>>>> Massive, bloated, clumsy. I can live without it.
>>>>> Do you like C++?  I always see Java vs. C++ discussions.
>>>> I agree with Shearman here.
>>>> Java is a sloppy, slow mess.
>>>> It got popular because they "cross platformed it" (or claimed it)
>>>> early enough to sucker people in. The great majority of "cross
>>>> platform" Java apps are still a mess with differnt ideas of what GUI
>>>> to use and, generally, the programmer have ZERO idea about
>>>> efficiency.
>>> I've been interested in learning Java recently.  I skimmed some books
>>> and
>>> decided that Java looked alright.  It's used a lot in finance, which
>>> I'm
>>> majoring in.  And my school teaches it extensively in CS classes.
>>> Have you tried out Java?  Was it too slow for your taste?  What kind
>>> of programming you do?
>> He claims to be a windows programmer.
>> I'm a long term Windows user and programmer.
>> Hadron Quark: Message-ID: <87y7hxdaei.fsf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>> Newsgroup: alt.os.linux.ubuntu
>> Date: Tue, 03 Jul 2007
> Interesting- I didn't know that, William.  But I thought that he uses
> Debian most of the time.  

Wrong. He *claims* to use Debian.
And at the same time makes so many blunders about linux which nobody 
actually using it would ever make, that one can be certain about one 
thing: Hadron Quark has never used linux

> :S  Hadron, which one do you love more- Debian or Windows?

That ones easy: Windows naturally

> I was a long term Windows user myself, but I can't imagine going back to
> Windows full-time!  I'll miss the eye-candy and cool apps that Debian
> has.

Most linux users here still use windows too. Especially those who program 
do so, as good programmers will do just fine on more than one platform. It 
is the incompetent and imbeciles like DFS, who know just windows and 
nothing else, who are barely able to click a bunch of VB Forms to let 
those appear as some kind of "program"
Avoid reality at all costs.

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