Build system for KDE4
david at usermode.org
Tue Jun 14 04:50:12 BST 2005
On Monday 13 June 2005 08:11 pm, Cristian Tibirna wrote:
> Most new Unix developers know neither. (I speak from experience that
> I remember -- vaguely, it's true -- from 10-12 years ago.) Yet,
> python can be learned in _hours_. Make and sh, I _still_ learn them
> after 10 years (especially make).
Wow. I would have said the exact opposite. Can one really learn Python
in hours? Then why are all the Python books so large? I can easily
imagine learning the rudiments of Python in a few hours, but knowing
enough so that you're not embarassed to put it on your resume would
take significantly longer. At least to me.
Perhaps at 43 I've simply become too old for this community and need to
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