"Arnold once told that there is more demand for C developers
in Israel. I envy you"
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On 6/6/20, Thomas Paulsen <firstname.lastname@example.org> 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 thinking
> for them. The memory hunger of the soa java business services of the company
> I worked prior to
> retirement, is sheer endless. Arnold once told that there is more demand for
> C developers
> in Israel. I envy you