At 12:45 PM 5/16/01 -0400, Adam Turoff wrote:
>On Wed, May 16, 2001 at 08:57:42AM -0700, Peter Scott wrote:
> > It doesn't look to me like the amount of Perl one needs to know to achieve
> > a given level of productivity is increasing in volume or complexity at
> > all.  What it looks like to me is that there are additional features being
> > added which enable one to achieve greater levels of productivity and
> > performance if one wants to learn them.
>Who *wants* to be unproductive?

ENONSEQUITUR.  I'm saying that the current ratio of productivity to 
(learning) investment is undisturbed.  Adding features which allow greater 
productivity with greater investment is a natural progression.  Not taking 
advantage of them does not disturb one's current level of productivity one 

Peter Scott
Pacific Systems Design Technologies

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