I heard this several times online or from colleagues. Many people use C# or Java at work-related project, but prefers Ruby or Python for fun or hobby-oriented projects. For example, in his blog post, ...
Note: I know that none of you (probably) work for google, so this is a lot more of a conceptual question. So yeah, i discovered that Gmail uses java and that got me thinking, Why? I personally never ...
I'm designing my own programming language for fun, and I'm thinking of making it fully Object-oriented (no statics, no globals, no class variables, no class methods), so I need to find a way to ...
Does it make sense to create a Ruby wrapper to reference a Java object that does exactly the same thing?
I am using JRuby. In my Java code, I have a class called Texture, capable of doing some graphic manipulation stuff. In my Ruby code, I will usually need to draw things, so though I should simply ...
How to execute a Ruby file in Java, capable of calling functions from the Java program and receiving primitive-type results?
I do not fully understand what am I asking (lol!), well, in the sense of if it is even possible, that is. If it isn't, sorry. Suppose I have a Java program. It has a Main and a JavaCalculator class. ...
Possible Duplicate: Is it worth being computer languages polyglot? I am half way through my first year at university studying computer science. I have been learning Java on the course and ...
We recently had a discussion in the office because of conflicting views between developers. One side (side S) argued technical solutions -generally- need to be a specific as possible, while the other ...
I am preparing a presentation about Python for my company, and would like to show Python's awesomeness to developers using Java or Ruby ! I guess it will be very simple to write shorter and cleaner ...
I am in the research phase of a project that needs to make use of 3rd party libraries that are in Java so I am stuck using Java to at least a small degree. I am considering implementing Ruby as the ...
My personal programming background is mainly in Java, with a little bit of Ruby, a tiny bit of Scheme, and most recently, due to some iOS development, Objective-C. In my move from Java to Objective-C ...
Currently I work with ColdFusion 9+ and some Java in a Windows environment. Prior to ColdFusion, my background was in Java and JSP. I'm considering a move towards Ruby on Rails, as I think it would ...