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Submitted by maitas
maitas (98290) writes "Some time ago there were a story about JAVA vs. other programming languages measured by Google, where "The Java version was probably the simplest to implement"

This time is "Reactive Programming" (whatever that means) compared to procedural programming.

According to some kind of "expressiveness" of programming languages, Python looks like a winner.

The point is that I feel programming languages needs a formal mathematical proof about which is the simplest way to represent a program, and to work from there to create the "simplest" programming language possible.

Although thats something even Von Neumann was not able to achieve, it is a good time for a company with a lot of money like Google to fund this research through a big money prize. That could propel a new era of smart devices for the so called Internet of things assuming a new simpler programming language/paradigm arises.

My question is, does any slashdoter has any hard data whether this is a doable task ?"

Comment: Re:Question: (Score 1) 708

by maitas (#40535419) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: How Do I Stay Employable?

The number 1 reason a woman leaves a mariage is because she feels his husband has no ambition, or no clear roadmap up.
When this happens, it only shows you that she didn't ever loved you.
I agree with eulernet, you saved your life.
You really have to do what you love, for the good of all of us, you will be more productive to the world if you do what you love.

Good luck with your life!

Machines certainly can solve problems, store information, correlate, and play games -- but not with pleasure. -- Leo Rosten