On 24 Mar 2010, at 10:48, Tommy Pham wrote:

> On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 3:39 AM, Stuart Dallas <stut...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 24 Mar 2010, at 10:34, Rene Veerman wrote:
>>> On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 12:28 PM, Tommy Pham <tommy...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Funny you should mention all that.  Let's say that you're longer with
>>>> that company, either by direct employment or contract consultant.
>>>> You've implemented C because you need 'thread'.  Now your replacement
>>>> comes in and has no clue about C even though your replacement is a PHP
>>>> guru.  How much headache is maintenance gonna be?  Scalability?
>>>> Portability? wow....
>>> Thanks for posting this before i had to.
>>> +1, +1, +1...
>> You realise, of course, that the same argument applies to using advanced 
>> features of PHP, such as threading should it ever be supported.
>> -Stuart
> Thanks for supporting PHP thread.  Thus, it would be a lot easier for
> any PHP guru to scale, make it portable, or integrate into other PHP
> apps without having to juggle C, Ruby, Python... and whatever else is
> out there...

I don't believe I did support PHP threading. My point was that using advanced 
features like threading will limit your employee choices in exactly the same 
way as having a multi-language environment.



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