Today, many programmers believe that this complexity is best managed by using only a small set of well-understood techniques in their programs. They have composed strict rules about the form programs should have, and the more zealous among them will denounce those who break these rules as bad programmers.
To program in an expressive and powerful language: Python
To get a website up quickly: PHP
To mingle with programmers who call themselves “rockstars”: Ruby.
To really learn to program: C.
To achieve enlightenment: Scheme.
To feel depressed: SQL
To drop a chromosome: Microsoft Visual Basic
To get a guaranteed, mediocre, but well paying job writing financial applications in a cubicle under fluorescent lights: Java.
To do the same thing with certifications and letters after your name: C#
To achieve a magical sense of childlike wonder that you have a hard time differentiating from megalomania: Objective C
I could go on… but I’m not feeling hateful enough today.
I don’t know whether you agree with him or not. According to his logic, I can add one to this
To be a god which can do everything—Assembly
source: http://pixelstech.net/article/index.php?id=1335686357” —arums: Which programming language should I learn first? (via lifeandcode)
golly gee. I really just wish someone would teach me how to design communication.
so brilliant I can’t believe it!
this is so gross.