avevate mai pensato che il femminile "saro' pronta in cinque minuti" e il maschile "saro' a casa fra cinque minuti" sono esattamente la stessa cosa ?
Mica ho capito... me lo spieghi?
Cioè, non quella dei 5 minuti (quasi vero!) ma quella delle monete.
buon natale belli !
nel gioco del cludedo per vincere devi indovinare / trovare il colpevole, il luogo del delitto e l'arma ....
nel caso del cludedo iracheno ... si ironizza sull'invasione americana giustificata dalla necessita' di trovare le armi (di distruzione di massa) che dopo quasi 10 anni di invasione non sono ancora saltate fuori :)
come sarebbe a dire che quella dei 5 minuti e' QUASI vera ???? e' verissima :D
grazie per il buon natale a noi belli CAPO :)
M$??? While I'm still not sure after how I feel about Microsoft I think I'm still bitter after all the cvatlmuiue hours of life lost working with technologies like VB or SQL Server or ASP.NET I did not work with these technologies very long but at any point I came across them, it was more than long enough.I've now worked with Java technology for a bit more than 10 years, and for the past 3, I have been working on the .NET platform. I build my .NET applications as if they were Java applications and I'm happy that I'm not the only one. Spring.NET and NHibernate just reached there first production versions as I was getting involved with .NET.What I've learned is that Microsoft Research seems to be crushing. F# is very cool and while I have not been looking at it in depth, I understand that it is loosely based on OCAML. I've also heard that F# was used to build all of the code/services that manage the statistics for the Microsoft live site.What I see in Microsoft today is more itneresting to me than the M$ of yesterday. Not only is Microsoft creating technologies like F#, they are hiring people like Simon Peyton Jones and they are working hard to participate and build a community .I'm not sure this makes me like Microsoft anymore, but I do like the contribution they are making. F# is the first language that will take functional programming ideas into the main stream. From what I understand F# will support imperative and functional programming. I'm impressed with what I've seen coming from the M$ world as compared to the past.Scala is Java's F# but I don't see it being as readily accepted. I think I see a bit of revolution as time goes on, but it may never be a major one The revolution is that there will be a greater use of languages such as Erlang,Haskell and F#, but they will likely never take the place of languages like C# and Java.The simple imperative nature of Java and C# is and will become the language that ALL members of team use to develop together on a project. However the more time goes on the more we will see systems and applications require more specialized languages and programming styles. Applications will become even more polyglot than they already are. Perhaps you might have a distributed transaction manager written by senior team members that talks to JEE backend components.While I am happy to see Java's rightful place defended learning one of these languages can only make you a better Java programmer. I've been learnign a bit of Haskell as time allows .Learning the concepts behind these languages may even help you avoid being paid the same wage as a pizza delivery boy as our proffession continues to deal with the pressures of offshoring.I'm sort of bouncing around but though Java is like an old friend I think it a find time to learnone or two new languages If only to become a better Java programmer.
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