Re: cache that is based upon == comparison
- Hi Martin,
I think the word "myself" was not refering to you but to him. By the way, I think both of you can stop your childish behaviour. This won't make anything better. Though I can understand that messages like "ocaml is dying" can piss people off on this list. On the other hand we have to admit that tenuc70 only got a reaction after this provocative message... :)
Please now focus on ocaml,
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Martin Jambon <martin_jambon@...> wrote:
> Hi tenuc70,
> I totally agree that I should not hire myself. I once thought about doing
> that, but I realized that the interview process would be very difficult. I
> can still imagine doing a phone interview, by borrowing the cell phone of my
> neighbor in addition to mine, and speaking in one phone while listening to the
> other. Plus my neighbor has one of these cool smartphones and I've always
> wanted to borrow it. He says it has an app that allows him to talk while he
> is in the shower and it makes me really jealous.
> Could I borrow your smartphone? I promise I won't make the shower too hot so
> it won't turn into mush.
> Also, feel free to complain when the people who read the OCaml beginners
> mailing-list don't reply quick enough, if at all (!). If find it unacceptable
> since (1) they obviously have nothing else to do. They are all French
> academics and we all know that they're spending their three summer months on
> vacation instead of improving their buggy software. Some of them even listen
> to music, but not in the shower otherwise they would turn into mush. And (2)
> it's your right to expect quality service because this is what quality people
> tenuc70 wrote:
> > Martin, if I were you I wouldn't hire myself either.
> > Coming from lame imperative languages, my brain has turned into mush,
> > as evidenced by the stupid questions I ask on this list.
> > -------- steve yegge quote here ---------
> > The thing is, he actually did know the stuff, or at least he had understood the principles at one point in his career. His brain had just started the inexorable process of turning into mush because of his lame day-job. People who don't take explicit steps to counter this process â" well... mush! mush!
> > Posted by: Steve Yegge at March 21, 2005 07:30 PM
> > --- http://sites.google.com/site/steveyegge2/miracle-interview --
> > --- In email@example.com, Martin Jambon <martin_jambon@> wrote:
> >> tenuc70 wrote:
> >>> Damn, maybe Jon Harrop is right that Ocaml is dying.
> >>> I will be investing my time in Clojure instead.
> >> I know one thing for sure: my company is hiring OCaml programmers and you
> >> won't be one of them.
> >> Martin