Friday, September 18, 2009

Programs matter more on programmers, than the language

A study in 2000 showed a very wide range of performance for different programmers, more so than the language used. C/C++ tended to be fastest, but not by much. C/C++ and Java had a wide range of variability -- a programmer's skill was more important here. With Perl, for some reason, skill didn't matter as much.

Never mind the language, the programmer is what matters | Psychology of Programming

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