I did one stint at a Java shop, Charles Schwab's web group. No talent,
no architecture, no vision. Lots of politics and back stabbing and
claiming credit for other people's work. Totally toxic, hands down the
worst job I've ever had. I lasted less than 6 months and am surprised
I made it that far.
On Sat, Jun 06, 2020 at 11:08:43PM +0200, Thomas Paulsen wrote:
'C was written when the programmer had to be more
rigorous instead of
just letting things slide and having the language do their thinking
for them. '
I fully subscribe to that.
Today the company owners have to pay a lot for programmers having the language do their
for them. The memory hunger of the soa java business services of the company I worked
retirement, is sheer endless. Arnold once told that there is more demand for C
in Israel. I envy you
Larry McVoy lm at mcvoy.com http://www.mcvoy.com/lm