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answered Best practices in comment writing and documentation
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comment Should I stick with or abandon Python to deal with concurrency?
@Jarrod, I personally don't know Erlang so I'll accept what you say in that regard. Otherwise, nearly everything else I mentioned is relevant. Cost, complexity and whether the current tools are being properly utilized or not.
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comment Should I stick with or abandon Python to deal with concurrency?
I find Python documentation and in particular Django documentation to be some of the best docs for any language hands down. Many third-party libraries leave something to be desired though.
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comment Advantage of Learning Lisp for a Python Programmer
I think this question is quite valid. All over SO people say "learn a functional language, it'll change the way you approach problems". So what, then, is wrong with asking how it is supposed to change your approach? Perhaps an edit to the question would be in order. What features of Clojure will help in understanding functional programming?
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comment I still can't figure out how to program?
@Thor, absolutely it is non-trivial. But it'd be useful, and would teach very very quickly how programs can become so large. All the nuances, bug fixes, edge cases. It may not be appropriate in this particular case, but it could be appropriate in general. Being able to use, yourself, a piece of software you've written is a great thing.
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