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Comment Re:HTML5 & JS should just crawl away and die (Score 1) 104

There are many people who are good at coding aside from you, and probably many who are better, or at the least, not a dumbass.

I'm sure there are.

which is based off a methodology from John Resig.

But, it's obvious that you can't identify them.

Resig falls squarely in to the "incompetent" category, by any measure.

Submission + - beta still sucks, still getting pushed (slashdot.org) 1

An anonymous reader writes: Guys.

Beta has become toxic. It is not better than what you had, the fads aren't that interesting, the changes are if anything shinily counterproductive, you've pushed it so incessantly that you've made it hated, and it's reflecting back to you. You're *still* doggedly flogging this dead horse. Whadayawant, keep on it until your readership will lap it up while mumbling "braaaains"?

There are things you could be doing to improve slashdot, like making it less dependent on javascript to function, like making it function well also when javascript is unavailable and without requiring logging in for punishment, and things like that. Oh, and people with basic grasp of English for editors would be nice too. But beta, beta is not those things.

Let. It. Go.

Comment Re:javascriptards (Score 5, Insightful) 91

You're drowning. Sorry, but reality doesn't agree with your uninformed opinions. JS has been impressively stable, and cross-browser issues have been negligible for a long time now -- none of which, I'll remind you, have been language implementation compatibility issues.

Listening to you, one would think that the web barely functioned, with users needing multiple browsers, and various versions of each, to use a handful of sites. That's clearly not the case.

Here in reality, the web is developing nicely in to a convenient application platform. JS is an impressive language, far more sophisticated and capable than the alternatives you've suggested. (New and constructor functions were the big mistakes, leading to all sorts of confusion, and later hate, for those who didn't take the time to learn the language before using it. Luckily, they're unnecessary. Try actually learning the language. I'll bet your opinion will quickly change.)

also, bet your shit doesn't run on the browser on my son's non-smart net10 phone

I'll bet your python program doesn't run either. What was your point again? That you don't like JS or that the web is incapable of being used exactly how it's being used?

Comment Re:JavaScript Sucks, Rant [Re:Node.js] (Score 1) 536

Well, okay. It's never caused me any problems and it's been useful to me.

Your experience is different. You've never found it useful and it's caused you problems.

I'll bet we could make a whole list of common language features that match that. Should we call those design flaws as well?

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