After takin' a swig o' grog, Peter Köhlmann belched out
this bit o' wisdom:
> Hadron wrote:
>>>> Massive, bloated, clumsy. I can live without it.
>>> Do you like C++? I always see Java vs. C++ discussions.
>> I agree with Shearman here.
> Only that he did not "agree" at all with your "conclusions"
>> Java is a sloppy, slow mess.
> I see that Java is just another programming language you know absolutely
> nothing about, "kernel hacker" Hadron Snot Quark
>> It got popular because they "cross platformed it" (or claimed it) early
>> enough to sucker people in.
> Oh, it isn't crossplatform? News to Java developers. They deploy Java apps
> on lots of platforms.
> If you take MS attempts at being incompatible into account, you might have
> a point. Luckily nobody is using that garbage they tried to hook people on
> as "java the MS way"
>> The great majority of "cross platform" Java
>> apps are still a mess with differnt ideas of what GUI to use and,
> Certainly. After all, they just default to the GUI system they are running
> on, with the added possibility to switch to others (like Motif, for
>> generally, the programmer have ZERO idea about efficiency.
> Do you actually try to be correct once in a while or are you making it a
> habit to be wrong?
Hadron's track record is horrible. There's no way he's any kind of manager
of a software project, unless he got slotted in via the Peter Principle.
You need more time; and you probably always will.