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revised Using Clojure instead of Python for scalability (multi-core) reasons, good idea?
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comment What constitutes a programming language and how does one copyright a programming language?
Maybe you can't copyright a language, but that doesn't stop people from trying... From Loxian, a language created by Enya: Enya and Ryan consider Loxian to be under copyright; reproducing the language without the permission of Ryan or Enya's record label, Aigle Records, is considered a copyright violation. As with Klingon, it is disputed whether a language itself can be copyrighted.
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comment How long can a programmer concentrate in a day?
They're asking for a citation, which is not the same as a link. When you say "these studies", do you have any specific information - names of journals, article titles, etc? Any kind of starting point, other than "a good library"?
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comment Why did visual programming never take off and what future paradigms might change that?
@Christian, here you go - everything there is to know about the Cube. Okay, for real, here is Cubicon - Trusted Infrastructure for the Ambient Cloud.
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comment Why most job offerings are for a <language here> developer, rather than a developer in general?
You forgot some tags: <rant>...</rant>. Seriously, is there a real question here?
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comment Python flavor of regular expressions - related to which?
Thanks, but I'm not asking about how to use Python's regex engine, only about the syntax of the actual regexes.