Re: >Everyone has his own little psychopathy.
Care to explain?
Java's a spawn of theoretical computer scientists, not people who target productivity. Arbitrary complexity abounds.
I don't even know what to say about this kind of bullshit. You are probably one of the young ones who have entered IT in the last couple of years. Welcome. You have much to learn.
Theoretical computer scientists ... Really? If you want LISP, you know where to find it. You can even use Clojure.
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Ever gone to see a computer bookstore and looked at the Java section. Bloated with books, each 500pp, of endless Java libraries. Like, can it do anything out of the box on its own?
Holy shit, there are books! TL;DR everyhwere. There are choices that I must make!! Why can'I matrixdownload Mad Programmer Skillz??? RAGE!!!
Java, in 2014, shows all the qualities of Cobol in the 90s. Lots of jobs, stodgy, works for business, much used. Just as fun to write as well.
Uh... yeah? So? This is bad how? Except for the guy who desperately needs to be down with the kids, of course.
Except, more complicated. Cuz, that's like what real computer programmers should aim for - complexity, which we all know makes for better code.
This coming from someone who prefers a Microsoft solution. But, you take your decisions and make your choices. You can leave your "complexity" at the door if you like to do that.