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panzer:
http://crashworks.org/if_programming_languages_were_vehicles/

MilesAhead:
http://crashworks.org/if_programming_languages_were_vehicles/
-panzer (June 03, 2015, 03:39 AM)
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Heh heh heh.  :)

app103:

* a collection of collective nouns
* a school of fish
* a murder of crows
* a laxness of JavaScript devs
* a verbosity of PowerShell devs
* a smugness of Ruby devs
* a grumble of Perl devs
* a frustration of C devs
* an ICollection<DotNetDevs>

Edvard:
How about a 'crust of Pascal devs'?

They're usually thinly layered on top of a deeper substrate, often older and fragile if stressed, but quite stable if left alone.
 ;D

app103:
How about a 'crust of Pascal devs'?

They're usually thinly layered on top of a deeper substrate, often older and fragile if stressed, but quite stable if left alone.
 ;D
-Edvard (August 01, 2015, 02:21 PM)
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Reminds me of one of my favorite IRC quotes:

<mouser> app is coded in combo of php and perl
<mouser> plus a delphi front end gui
<mouser> and she runs quite well and reliably
<mouser> except if you try to organize her with gtd
<mouser> then she crashes with giant memory fault
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 ;D

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