Linked by David Adams on Mon 26th Jul 2010 00:57 UTC
General Development Today's commercial-grade programming languages - C++ and Java, in particular - are way too complex and not adequately suited for today's computing environments, Google distinguished engineer Rob Pike argued in a talk at the O'Reilly Open Source Conference. Pike made his case against such "industrial programming languages" during his keynote at the conference in Portland, Oregon.
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by lordepox on Mon 26th Jul 2010 11:23 UTC
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And this very reason is why I like programming in assembly. Code optimization? It's already running at the lowest level! But seriously, when is someone going to start working on English++? How can a noun like "Google" also be a verb or adverb?

Edited 2010-07-26 11:25 UTC

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