Subject: Re: Could CDR-coding be on the way back? From: Erik Naggum <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 17 Dec 2000 23:47:25 +0000 Newsgroups: comp.lang.lisp,comp.arch Message-ID: <email@example.com> * Peter da Silva | Perl's mindshare, on the other hand, seems to be growing. | | And, unfortunately, Lisp's isn't. How do you determine such things? I see more and more people wanting to get away from Perl because they see what Common Lisp can do to application development. Maybe that's because I'm a Common Lisp programmer who argues that Perl solutions are ad hoc and need to recoded in a real programming language if they are going to be maintained. Management types seem to accept this line, not just where I work, but where friends and colleagues work, too. World-wide, it also seems interest in Lisp is increasing. You can see that by the number of people who come to Lisp fora only to kick the language. At least they have heard of it and find it threatening enough to fight. That's a start. #:Erik -- The United States of America, soon a Bush league world power. Yeee-haw!