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iamkrid
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Is it wrong to hate Java?

I use Python, JavaScript and Go( very rarely)..

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  • 2
    It is wrong to hate on any tool really.
  • 1
    @AleCx04 but you’ve to write a lot of code, comparatively.
  • 2
    It's never wrong to hate anything. It's just an opinion. All we can do is just disagree with you
  • 2
    I don't hate it because I don't use it.
  • 4
    @iamkrid which in itself is not a bad thing if the overall structure of the software in question calls for it.

    I for one believe that there are benefits to the verbosity found in languages such as Java, C#, C++ etc etc. Mainly, the fact that I can look at my app months later and be aware of what everything is doing thanks in part to the great structure that the code forces you to have.

    Take Flask for example, great framework (one of my favorites really) for Python. Everyone does things a different way contrary to the "one obvious way to do things" that we generally applaud in the Python community. Yeah the code is simple, but not everyone uses the correct structures for larger projects (blueprints, OOP etc)
  • 1
    Programming languages are tools and I find hating a language is a totally pointless construct. It's like saying "grr I hate the screwdriver" or something similar
  • 0
    @PaulTheSaltyDev wait what?
    Is ISIS fine because it is "not wrong to hate"? Having opinion is not bad, but saying it is right to hate anything... it is just weird. Now when I think about it the alternative is not being allowd hating some things.
  • 0
    @hubiruchi it is ok to hate anything, killing people is a completely different question.
  • 0
    Being racist? Antisemitic? Homophob?
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  • 0
    Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, it might not be rational, but they are still entitled to have one.
  • 1
    Yes
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