Thursday, May 19, 2005


I wish I'd said that.

From Marginilia, a quote that sums up my feelings pretty well.

There are still things to learn about Java, too, and I’m sure there are many smart people working on it, but here is the difference: studying Lisp is like peeking behind the curtain and mastering the secrets of the universe, whereas studying Java is like learning how fix your old truck — lots of particulars but not much theory.

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