[Haskell-cafe] Re: Libraries for Commercial Users

Iain Barnett iainspeed at gmail.com
Sun Oct 25 10:59:06 EDT 2009


I really do think you should lay off characterising other people's  
comments. If you want clarification ask for it or ask a question. I  
never said Haskell was "failing", for example, but I would like an  
example of it succeeding in the area that Ruby is being so heavily  
criticised for. If you don't like people biting back, then you should  
change your writing style, else, what do you expect?

Here's a nice quote for you:

"So he and a couple other engineers started prototyping what became  
Twitter on Ruby on Rails, which was the stack that ODEO was built on.  
And Twitter continues today to be primarily a Rails application, with  
a bunch of Ruby daemons doing asynchronous processing on the backend."


As to Oasis, there's a couple of good tracks on the second album, but  
it's not a good album. And I prefer Morrissey (I really do, I'm not  
just saying that to goad you:) Then again, I really prefer the Fall  
over any Manc band.


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