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Yes, excellent point. At this point, I have at one time learned:
each of which was considered the ultimate programming language. Motto:
it's the ultimate programming language until the *next* ultimate
programming language comes out. Corollary: There's always something new
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From: Bruce Byfield [mailto:bbyfield -at- axion -dot- net]
Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2005 11:40 AM
To: Joe Malin
Cc: Techwr-l List
Subject: RE: XML/DocBook for newbies
I agree, but I'd modify the statement slightly. You don't need to know
a specific language, but you need to know programming languages in
general -- enough so that you can quickly learn another one, or can
sense when something may not be quite right and needs to be checked.
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