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One new programming language that is likely to get some traction in the enterprise is Scala, which is actually an extension to Java. As such, many corporate IT organizations are likely to see Scala as something that extends their existing programming capabilities to a new scale of distributed computing

Posted by dev.stonez  |   May 16 2011 / 01:37

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RawThinkTank replied ago:

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RawThinkTank replied ago:

It feels good to be voted down on this one , since that means lot of money in near future for me due to Lack of competition, hehehehehehehe.


YES !

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darkfrog replied ago:

Dude, you're voted down because you're an idiot and everyone knows it. Additionally, if you are breaking work into small segments and feeding them to threads then you shouldn't care about what processor or core it's being run on...this is why everyone ignores you (apart from the obvious), because you obsess about stuff that makes no practical sense. I know you'll come back saying you're a genius and everyone else is stupid, but how about offering some proof? Oh, that's right, there isn't any, because it doesn't matter! :p

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RawThinkTank replied ago:

With that attitude you keep your over sized brain for yourself while i will just keep how to use multicore to boost my web apps for myself.

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darkfrog replied ago:

Seriously...show me ONE EXAMPLE where that's actually beneficial?

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RawThinkTank replied ago:

Keep guessing dude, or may be when i will open source my framework ;-)

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