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ObjectScript: a new programming language
on Sun 30th Sep 2012 20:15 UTC, submitted by
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on Mon 1st Oct 2012 23:51 UTC in reply to "
PHP is a great langauge.
Only if by great you mean "it sorta works and you don't really need to know anything to use it".
Granted the guy goes overboard a bit with the whining but PHP is truly horribly designed or more accurately, not designed at all.
seems to me that facebook and wikipedia use php... loads of companies do
Because quantity equals quality. Or not. It depends on what you want to "prove".
There are all kinds of people like him in every job/discipline/industry. The vast majority of people cook like amatuers... the blogger probably does himself
I would certainly hope professional chefs don't cook like amateurs.
Does this blogger use his own car? Did he build it himself? Why not? Cars are just made for idiots to drive who don't know how to make a car themselves.
Great job of making an argument that has nothing to do with the quality of PHP. At all.
And learn to write a blog first that attracts more then a few hundred nerds and then your be a professional blogger who people listen to... til then your just an amateur
Sorry to rain on your parade but the number of readers your blog have has no relation to how good your posts are.
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