[tpm] GTALUG language comparison

J. Bobby Lopez jbl at jbldata.com
Sun Dec 26 09:15:55 PST 2010

I didn't get a chance to come out either, but my buddy Faisal was present,
and he says that the Ruby and Perl camps held their own, but the Lisp camp
didn't have good representation, except for Clojure, which apparently did
well.  Erlang also apparently did well.  Too bad it wasn't recorded :(

On Fri, Dec 24, 2010 at 5:16 PM, <arocker at vex.net> wrote:

> > I got distracted at the last minute so was unable to attend the
> > language comparison .. how did it go? Anything useful?
> >
> > Tom
> For such a religiously sensitive topic, remarkably calmly. I don't know if
> anyone took away any useful cultural learnings.
> I still don't understand how a concept as apparently malleable as
> Smalltalk can be employed in a production environment.
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