[Haskell-cafe] Channel9 Interview: Software Composability and t heFu ture of Languages

Tomasz Zielonka tomasz.zielonka at gmail.com
Sun Jan 28 13:10:22 EST 2007

On Sat, Jan 27, 2007 at 02:04:32PM -0500, Steve Schafer wrote:
> This is not just a progrmaming issue; I encounter the same phenomenon
> pretty much everywhere: I'm currently trying to build a house, and I've
> found that most of the people who are in the business of building houses
> don't want to try anything new, even if it might be a better way that
> has the potential to save them money and/or result in a better end
> product. They want to continue building houses the way they've always
> built houses. The fraction of house builders who do want to learn new
> and possibly better ways of building is, and always will be, a small
> one.

This may change with the arrival of the first home building robots we've
been reading about recently. They won't mind building in new ways, so
the human builders will be forced to choose between becoming more
flexible or changing their jobs.


Best regards

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