Diferenças entre edições de "Larry Wall"
, 09h35min de 12 de dezembro de 2005
Itálicos em texto em inglês
(Itálicos em texto em inglês)
"Perl was never designed to be perfect. It was designed to evolve, to become more adaptive, as they say. There is no such thing as a perfect organism, biologically speaking. About the most you can say is an organism is more or less suited for the environment in which it finds itself. In fact, biologists are just now realizing that any organism which seems to be ``perfect for one environment is likely to be in danger of extinction as soon as the environment changes. Over-specialization is only as good as your ecological niche."
===Controle vs. Caos===
"Too much control is just as deadly as too little control. We need control and we need chaos. We need order, and disorder. Simplicity, and complexity. Carefulness, and recklessness. Poise, and panic. Science, and art."
"Many computer scientists have fallen into the trap of trying to define languages like George Orwell's Newspeak, in which it is impossible to think bad thoughts."