Re: [PHP-DEV] PHP's declining(?) popularity

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September 16, 2019 19:57 mikeschinkel@gmail.com (Mike Schinkel)
> On Sep 16, 2019, at 1:57 PM, Tomas Kuliavas <tokul@users.sourceforge.net> wrote: > > If you claim that language is good or popular while being slow, you are > not telling where this language is used.
To be clear, I was only quoting the top level points for each of those articles, for full transparency. And that point was only made in one of numerous articles, and not one I generally agree with. Instead the point I was trying to emphasize was "simple and easy to use." So, maybe do not shoot the messenger for dropping off an outlier letter while delivering the special delivery package, please? And maybe go leave your comment on that blog post, instead? :-) -Mike
> > > 2019.09.15 06:32 Mike Schinkel rašė: >> https://medium.com/@trungluongquang/why-python-is-popular-despite-being-super-slow-83a8320412a9 >> 1. End-users just don’t care (about slower performance) > > Which means that your code is running data processing and not interactive > user facing frontend. Put 10 second delay in your web page and ask > viewers, if they care. > > If you claim that language is good or popular while being slow, you are > not telling where this language is used. Super slow interactive frontends > are not acceptable even if it is reality in corporate world. Designers of > such slow frontends are thinking about features that they have to put in > there and not about user experience or how to implement those features > without making end user drink five coffee cups to fill one form. > > -- > Tomas > > -- > PHP Internals - PHP Runtime Development Mailing List > To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php >