On 25 May 2000, Roman Milner wrote:
> Here is why I'm bummed about this. Like other people who have posted
> - after years of coding perl for money, I have vowed never to do it
> again. (I find that it produces encourages unmaintainable code.)
> Also, I think my main marketable skill now is Zope. So, were I to
> want to find a different job now coding Zope - perl will be expected
> to be in my skill set. Other companies using zope will almost
> certainly have perl methods laying around that need to be maintained.
> So, basically, in order to find a job using zope - I'll have to
> relearn, and code in perl at that job.
> So, I believe this is enough reason for me to start considering other
> web technologies for me, and my company.
I am considering dismounting the Zope bandwagon, too :( It was good
techonology, but what will come?
Oleg. (All opinions are mine and not of my employer)
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Programmers don't die, they just GOSUB without RETURN.
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