My language brings all the geeks to the yard, And they're like "It's better than yours" Damn right, it's better than yours, I can teach you, but I have to charge
Does all of this really matter?
At the end of the day most languages are turing complete, which means you can use any language to do anything. Write your next killer app in brainfuck for all I care. You should do it in malbolge actually, that will make the whole geek community green with envy.
But you know what, your app doesn't win based on the technology you use, users don't care! What matters is solving an actual problem.
There's still no excuse for any modern language to exist without type inference though ...
Uncovering the Unknown: Principles of Type Inference - an awesome talk explaining exactly why _there is no excuse for making people type _int and char in 2012.
I'm looking at you Java.
- Google's Go Programming Language Grows Up: Now What? (readwriteweb.com)
- Language-ism (architgupta.com)
- Google Releases Version 1 of its Go Programming Language (siliconfilter.com)
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