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- Functional Programming
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- Erlang: a lesson to learn…again!
Because I am a very old Jedi (1974, before ever the first WtartWars trilogy showdown) I had to rest a bit before talking about it, so the news is 4-days old I know. I needed to think, reflect and write down: but now I am ready, Read on…
At the present time Node.js Rebels hold good positions: the npm package manager reports over 4300 packages, with a few packages with a lot of dependency on it.
Dart currently score a low packages value, but dark side power is huge.
The Force is strong my young Jedi. Go and teach to Css guys the NodeJS Verb.
After some humor
I like programming languages, but I do not like new programming languages at first sight. They need to persuade me they are useful.
- Functional programming
- Full-fledged OOP programming (multiple inheritance, private stuff and so on)
- Regular Expression built in
- Some basic stuff like random numbers and Date object. I remember Ruby born without a random number generator in the standard library years ago, and it was quite disappointing in my humble opinion