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By estherschindler
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Published: Jan 22 2009 / 05:15

It used to be that software developers used scripting languages like Python, Perl and Ruby for prototyping, fully expecting to re-write their applications into a "real" language (such as C++ or Java) before deployment. Charles Martin argues that such a premise is no longer relevant.
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Dave Newton replied ago:

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It used to be when?! Five years ago?

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