Whether I'm using Eclipse, PyCharm, or Visual Studio I don't need to worry so much about this bullshit. You can set an IDE setting and the IDE will help you auto-format comments and other pieces of code.
I know.. I know. Real men are inefficient and use vi or emacs....
Yeah, he's just some lucky dummy who luckily wrote the Linux kernel.
You can be reductionist about any success or failure of a human being as "luck", good or bad. It's pointless, like hypothesizing that our reality is a simulation.
I'm so excited for the reasoned and intelligent discussion that will now proceed.
I pick what I like and use it, currently. For UNIX stuff that means Python, though I'm forced to use Perl a lot as well. For Windows stuff or if I have carte blanche I use C#/.NET.
I think if you're really good in two languages and can swing back into another one or two that you're "rusty" at, you're fine. This cock measuring contest about knowing 15 languages is fucking silly and childish.
I hear you, but you do know the cloud is a real thing now right? I mean I get there used to be other phrases people used for the same thing, I really do. But it's a bit out of touch to imply that it's just some meaningless buzzword at this point.
As for this, yet's it's nation-wide internet access using 868Mhz (I think?) wireless. Low power, high penetration (thaswuhshesaid) suitable for letting random ass little devices get on the network without needing your own e.g. Zigbee or Z-Wave bridge.
Actually it's for people whose time is valuable. I mean if you're a basement dwelling dipshit with no life I guess it's cool to spend hours scouring the net for free copies of songs you could listen to much more easily by paying a few cents per listen then I guess torrenting music is _awesome_!
Do you also grow your own corn because "corn seeds are cheap bro!"?
You haven't a clue and clearly aren't qualified to speak on it. Lots of "techies" use and love
Java is...meh. OK, but from a developer's perspective it's inferior in just about every way to
But for the shit I work on, IIS+C#/.NET/WebAPI+SQL Server are incredibly powerful, easy to develop in and deploy, and easy to support. It's a no brainer.
Sure.. sure. All the bestest companies advertise on Craigslist. Oh, and it's 2012 and startups in San Francisco are totally the hottest thing. Yo, you get any of that hot startup stock bro??
Like I said, out of touch. No skin off my sack, I can slum and develop in Python or Java, but this delusion you people have about "nobody uses