[Haskell-cafe] Another analogy
wagner.andrew at gmail.com
Mon Jul 23 17:31:15 EDT 2007
Yeah, but to learn how to start the hovercraft, you have to take a
6-week training class.
On 7/23/07, Hugh Perkins <hughperkins at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 7/23/07, Jonathan Cast <jcast at ou.edu> wrote:
> > >
> > > Fine you guys can have Haskell as the hovercraft, not one of those big
> > > mind,
> > How do you get that Haskell has to be small? It seems a great big
> language to
> > me.
> Well, partly to be controversial, partly because.... one of those small
> zippy 'glade hovers would be just so much fun! You're saying you'd rather
> play around with a big commercial hovercraft like they use across the
> Let the commercial boys use F# or O'Caml, we can zip around on the 'glade
> hover :-)
> Oh, and by the way, the 'glade hover in our case is modular and comes with
> 100% user serviceable parts!
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