> I'm giving you the benefit of the doubt here when I say...
>> Hang your head in shame :)
I'm curious as to how exactly that fits the description of giving me
the benifit of the doubt?????
On 5/26/05, James McDermott <jamesmichaelmcdermott at gmail.com> wrote:
> Rory: my commiserations. You send the first funny post, and the only
> one to realise that the whole thing is taken way too seriously, and
> you get:
>> a) killfiled, and
> b) -1, troll.
>> Still though, you can't really like vim, can you? ;)
Although the first OP, was designed mainly to reduce the level of
seriousness of the whole introduction to programming thread(which in
retrospect may have been a better place to post it), and the 'this
language is better than that language', culture, Vim is actually one
of the above entries that is my personal favourate, along with Debian,
Ubuntu, and Caramel Javalanche.
I perfer KDE to Gnome, don't use an IDE, use vim(or sometimes a GUI
varient) for nearly all my programming/text-editing, My DB of choice
is MySQL, whilst I do all my office type stuff with OOo.
I actually perfer working with GTK, and it's ridicules to suggest that
there is one best language for enterprise. In the enterprise what
language you use depends on the job, and the areas of expertise of the
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