Inevitable Fact About Programmers
Quoting from an article featured on HN:
…with good programmers, the language doesn’t matter: they’ll choose the best one, or follow the advice of more experienced colleagues, and quickly take advantage of any extra power the novel environment has to offer.
Yes, that’s the fact!
It’s been almost a year, since when I started my professional career as a Ruby developer. Now, I feel very much comfortable with the dynamic/imperative behavioral programming paradigm.
Recently, I switched over Emacs24 from SublimeText (experience ain’t that much painful, as I had thought before) – and, I felt in love with the Lisp while managing configurations for Emacs, which need to write in Emacs Lisp language, which is a one of popular dialect of Lisp language. There are notable and popular, and undoubtedly interesting to learn dialects of Lisp avaialable, such as Scheme, Common Lisp, Clojure. I would...
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