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     Erlang? - (tuberculosis) - (22)
         Threads, Messages, and Pattern Matching.... - (ChrisR) - (21)
             Right so to me this sounds like the ultimate SOA language - (tuberculosis) - (20)
                 I dunno - (jake123) - (18)
                     Quick CS101 pointer? Diff between fucntional and imperative? -NT - (drewk) - (17)
                         Re: Quick CS101 pointer? Diff between fucntional and imperat - (admin) - (16)
                             Okay, remember hearing that before, and I understand ... - (drewk) - (6)
                                 Re: Okay, remember hearing that before, and I understand ... - (admin) - (5)
                                     So you can't have a (pseudo) random number generator? -NT - (Another Scott) - (4)
                                         Those don't have side-effects - (admin) - (3)
                                             I was too tearse. - (Another Scott) - (2)
                                                 For pure functional programming, no - (admin)
                                                 You can if you thread the state through the functions... - (ChrisR)
                             Is this worth going through? - (broomberg) - (3)
                                 Shorter read.... - (ChrisR) - (2)
                                     Already did that - (broomberg) - (1)
                                         I didn't find the gentle intro useful when I read it... - (ChrisR)
                             The three pillars - (ChrisR) - (4)
                                 You just lost me - (drewk) - (3)
                                     Google the terms - (ben_tilly)
                                     Quick explanation - (ChrisR) - (1)
                                         One other important concept worth mentioning is Currying - (ChrisR)
                 Erlang does look very intriguing, will hopefully influence - (tonytib)
     Heh - (tuberculosis) - (6)
         Reminds me of Greencodd's Law - (tablizer) - (1)
             One of the Wiki comments sums it up for me - (drewk)
         if you need a library the dam language is too complex -NT - (boxley) - (3)
             Opposite is true I think - (tuberculosis) - (2)
                 A good programming language... - (ChrisR) - (1)
                     Yep - (tuberculosis)
     One day soon I'd like to meet the guy - (tuberculosis) - (6)
         32 bits are useful... - (admin) - (4)
             :-) -NT - (Another Scott)
             Teehee! -NT - (imric)
             So it is the LARGE BITS that cause the problem? -NT - (ben_tilly)
             How many different ways can you say "YES"? - (jb4)
         Hitachi for one... - (jb4)
     Tim Berners Lee admits XHTML is a failure - (tuberculosis) - (12)
         This happened before. - (static)
         Serious question: is this actually important? - (pwhysall) - (10)
             ICLRPD (new thread) - (imric)
             It will be - (tuberculosis)
             Means my investment will finally payoff... - (ChrisR) - (7)
                 But tables are evil! - (drewk) - (6)
                     You mean like this? - (tuberculosis) - (5)
                         Not quite - (drewk) - (4)
                             I don't think you have ever violated a principal. - (CRConrad) - (3)
                                 Well, it /is/ Drew, so anything's possible. -NT - (pwhysall) - (2)
                                     True dat. Then again, I said I only /thought/ so... - (CRConrad) - (1)
                                         Go back to idling, you -NT - (drewk)
     Best Perl Tutorial? - (tuberculosis) - (4)
         ObAOL Me Too - (deSitter)
         A few pointers - (Yendor)
         www.cpan.org - (boxley)
         Sorry that I'm not of much help - (ben_tilly)
     Quiz - Serial Killer or Programming Language Creator? - (tuberculosis) - (11)
         5/10. :-/ - (static) - (2)
             SNOBOL fathered Icon? -NT - (deSitter) - (1)
                 Yes. - (static)
         Re: Quiz - Serial Killer or Programming Language Creator? - (deSitter)
         9 out of 10 - (ChrisR)
         Nothing but a blank page in Mozilla... -NT - (admin) - (2)
             need flash plugin and library - (deSitter) - (1)
                 There wasn't anything in the view source... - (admin)
         3/10, and you made me go to my Windows machine to take it:-/ -NT - (drewk)
         Re: Quiz - Serial Killer or Programming Language Creator? - (jb4)
         4 out of 10 - (hnick)
     Anybody else going to OOPSLA? - (tuberculosis) - (4)
         OK, that was amazing - (tuberculosis) - (2)
             In unexpected ways, too (?) - (Ashton) - (1)
                 It helps that he *is* english - (tuberculosis)
         Are hecklers allowed? -NT - (tablizer)
     Interesting Article on Software Engineering - (tuberculosis) - (48)
         off the cuff without reading the article - (boxley) - (17)
             Same as it ever was - (drewk) - (16)
                 He doesn't mention language at all - (tuberculosis) - (15)
                     Everything always looks better from the outside - (tonytib) - (1)
                         Hardware design is getting to look a lot like... - (ChrisR)
                     I was replying to Bill's comment, not really to the article - (drewk) - (12)
                         I know where he is going with that - (boxley) - (4)
                             I know the authors of dabbledb - (tuberculosis) - (3)
                                 Note that the h/w folks Savain loves don't love schematics - (tonytib) - (2)
                                     Does noone use circuit simulators? -NT - (tuberculosis) - (1)
                                         Circuit simulators are no silver bullet, esp for Analog -NT - (tonytib)
                         And another thing... - (jb4) - (4)
                             He's talking about the "90%" of programming. - (Another Scott) - (3)
                                 I'm considerably more skeptical about components - (tonytib) - (2)
                                     Well said. - (Another Scott) - (1)
                                         Well, we've already got 10^10 components... - (jb4)
                         The problem with user-built programs - (tablizer) - (1)
                             you expect anything different? - (Steve Lowe)
         The article is BS - (ben_tilly) - (28)
             I don't agree - (tuberculosis) - (26)
                 Er, what? It's 2006, dude. - (admin) - (12)
                     C++ was never about components - (tuberculosis) - (11)
                         ? in 97 useta write module compile in Borland - (boxley)
                         1994, actually. - (admin) - (9)
                             That's a side issue - (tuberculosis) - (8)
                                 Define "a few years" - (admin) - (7)
                                     No - (tuberculosis) - (6)
                                         Hey, YOU'RE the one who made the stupid assertion. - (admin)
                                         I guess... - (pwhysall) - (4)
                                             wrongly - (tuberculosis) - (3)
                                                 Don't leave. - (Another Scott)
                                                 Oh stop. - (bionerd)
                                                 Wind your neck in. - (pwhysall)
                 Just for the record: - (jb4)
                 I wish components worked like that everywhere - (ben_tilly) - (11)
                     What do you mean, traditionally? - (admin) - (10)
                         I mean what they mean in their documentation - (ben_tilly) - (9)
                             That's character set, not numeric. - (admin) - (8)
                                 So we were talking past each other -NT - (ben_tilly) - (7)
                                     The example you gave was of numeric sort not working. - (admin) - (2)
                                         No, it was not of *numeric* sort not working - (ben_tilly) - (1)
                                             Nevermind me, I'm tired tonight. -NT - (admin)
                                     There's a lot of that going on -NT - (tuberculosis) - (3)
                                         No - (admin) - (2)
                                             Whatever - (tuberculosis) - (1)
                                                 Who says irony is dead? -NT - (admin)
             The problem with hardware is deeper - (tonytib)
         Good luck with that - (warmachine)
     The Future - (tuberculosis) - (14)
         Re: The Future - (deSitter) - (2)
             Fractal - (tuberculosis) - (1)
                 Re: Fractal - (deSitter)
         First, an LRPDsm candidate - (Arkadiy) - (6)
             Aha! Beginning to see... - (Arkadiy) - (5)
                 Totally self-contained objects... - (Arkadiy) - (4)
                     Re: Totally self-contained objects... - (jake123) - (2)
                         Re: Totally self-contained objects... - (Arkadiy) - (1)
                             Re: Totally self-contained objects... - (deSitter)
                     Ahead of the curve - (tuberculosis)
         VERY interesting. Can't wait for the 1.0 - (tseliot) - (3)
             ObStupid Name, Unfortunately - (deSitter) - (2)
                 StupidName, perhaps, but meatspace namespace is flat - (tseliot) - (1)
                     Mercury = Messenger - (deSitter)
     wxPython examples. - (Another Scott)
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