Revolution and the Web, feedback wanted, Part 1 of 3
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Tue Nov 28 13:51:49 CST 2006
>> Are all Perl/Python/PHP/Ruby noticeably deficient?
> Yes, the current implementation is being used...currently.
> However, the argument that the kludgey way of putting together
> these applications is the way of the future is unreasonable
> given the history of application development and deployment.
I agree that it would be ideal to have a one-size-fits-all solution
which affords rapid development time and infinite scalability across all
But in the here and now, given the evident usefulness of imperfect
systems like Perl/Python/PHP/Ruby, it seems there's room for another
entrant as long as it adds value to the mix.
Sure, it won't be perfect. But since imperfect systems are already
driving this imperfect world, I see no harm in pursuing it.
And of course suggestions which would bring it closer to becoming the
first perfect solution would be welcome.
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