... people took Simon's comment seriously? C'mon, failsters. Stop making it so easy.
-Mike On Mon, May 10, 2010 at 18:49, Andrew Hankinson <andrew.hankin...@gmail.com> wrote: > Writing code in "energy efficient" languages is the funniest thing I've > heard in a while. It ranks up there with setting my desktop wallpaper to > black because "it uses less energy." > > More servers are required because more people are writing webapps because > Ruby and PHP make it easier for more people to do it. Is there even a C > webapp framework available? > > -A > > On 2010-05-10, at 16:59, stuart yeates <stuart.yea...@vuw.ac.nz> wrote: > >> Simon Spero wrote: >> >>> Of course, the real problem is that too many people are writing >>> unoptimized >>> code in energy-inefficient languages like ruby and PHP, which require far >>> more servers, and far more cooling, to do the same work as properly >>> written >>> code. >> >> No, the real problem is with trolls sending flamebait. >> >> cheers >> stuart >> -- >> Stuart Yeates >> http://www.nzetc.org/ New Zealand Electronic Text Centre >> http://researcharchive.vuw.ac.nz/ Institutional Repository >