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mogga71
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Last Activity: 14 June 2021, 18:31
Joined: 20 May 2013
Location: London
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  • 'Just choose the most appropriate language for the task in-front of you'.....unfortunately that is not really an option for most Companies. At my clients place for example, the majority of devs are either Java (mostly) or Python ... and they are virtually all permies. So there is no chance management...
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  • LOL ... Not really eek ... my pet language is GO. I actually rather like c# but my major concern is it's place in an increasingly Unix based server environment....
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  • mogga71
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    This could really be it ... Ethereum down 42% in a few hours.

    Will be interesting to see what the stock markets do now....
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  • Thanks for the response eek.

    Personally don't think static binding is a real issue. Pros and cons with both that and dynamic binding?

    I would probably just opt for Python these days. A large part of modern development work centres around simple APIs retrieving and sending...
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  • C# for new projects? Wise choice in the new cloud world?

    At my current gig my departments management have made the decision to build new projects using .Net and c# as the language. I personally can't help but think this is a bit of a strange choice. My main reason being that the cloud is basically Unix with Windows Server taking more and more of a back...
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  • mogga71
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    £2000 eh? There was a story a few months back that $1000 dollars invested in Bitcoin shortly after it first came out was now worth $43 million.

    In all reality though, I bet the only people who made such gains were ones who forget they had it as surely everybody would have bailed at first...
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