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my rant^H^H^H^Hruminations on "enterprise" Java

Seth Gordon wrote:
| "Why Java is the wrong language for 'enterprise' applications"
| I'd be interested in any comments more experienced Java hands have on
| this....

One of hist comments stood out in my mind: "Something a  Perl  hacker
can  do  in  an hour, a team of J2EE programmers have to spend a week

My immediate reaction was "Yeah, but a team of perl programmers would
also take a week to do it. And a real java hacker would probably take
two hours."

OTOH, though I haven't used java all that much, I have seen  some  of
the symptoms that he describes.  But I thought it was just me being a
java dummy.  I guess I'm not the only one.

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