Thoughts on Perl6
Mister.Ed at AgoraCart.com
Sun Aug 14 00:32:44 MDT 2005
Alan Young wrote:
> There is always going to be security risks. With everything. The
> only secure system is one not plugged in to the wall and the
> programmer(s) shot.
wrah wro! better run scooby do!
> It doesn't matter what programming language your outsource people are
> programming in, if the project is more than one file of a couple of
> subroutines you'd have to spend as much time vetting the code as it
> would have taken to develop it yourself. If you don't have a basis of
> trust with your outsource then it's pointless anyway.
So true! however, even if I did outsource, I'd want to be able to read
it or be able to hire someone local that could... that is only downfall
I can see... the extra cost of hiring an interpreter in addition to a
programmer (if it's outside my or my team's knowledge set).
But all in all, I'm looking forward to Perl6 (okay 90% of me).. the
other 10% is "uuugh, I have a lot of work to do to convert and/or recode
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