Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 21st Oct 2010 22:52 UTC
Qt It's a rather unclear time over at Nokia in Espoo (Finland!), with people coming and going, and changes in development strategy. The latest one is, I think, a good one: Nokia has stated it will commit fully to Qt as the sole application development framework for both Symbian and MeeGo.
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RE[4]: Very happy about this ...
by ricegf on Sat 23rd Oct 2010 14:07 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Very happy about this ..."
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"Yes, you're right - we Ruby guys are sensitive, caring types!"

Some would say "over-sensitive". You did realize I was just pulling your chain, right? ;-)

I've actually found the Pythonistas to be the most open and accepting open source community of any I've tried. As a long-time Perl enthusiast, I never felt patronized by Pythonistas. It's one reason I use more Python than Perl now (though I still use both, and we use more Perl on my work team than Python).

I've tried Ruby as well, but I haven't really adopted it (or adapted to it?). If I did a lot of web programming, Rails might win me over, but as it is, I just haven't gotten the hang of it or really found a good use case to drive me to use it. Probably a personal quirk - I use Java and C, but C++ just grates on my nerves like fingernails on a chalkboard. Oh, well.

Hope you won't hold a little chain-tug against me. :-D

On a more general (and on-topic) note, I've looked at Qyoto, but it seems to be targeted only for desktop use, not MeeGo and Symbian programming. Could you point me to any examples of Qyoto for the latter?

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