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Он убежденно талдычет всем нам, что нужно очень ответственно подойти к выбору языка.90% населения планеты...
Потому что, объясняет он - это как женщина одна и на всю жизнь (да я старомоден).моногамия - миф
Where did “learn at least one new language every year” come from?
As best as I can tell, this idea was popularized by Andrew Hunt and David Thomas in their book The Pragmatic Programmer (which is a great book, by the way).
In a section on investing in your knowledge they wrote:Learn at least one new language every year. Different languages solve the same problems in different ways. By learning several different approaches, you can help broaden your thinking and avoid getting struck in a rut.
The quoted text was the first recommendation in list of things programmers can do to improve their knowledge. And it’s a reasonable recommendation in the context of the book.
However, over the years, people have stripped that context away and turned it into something like this: “Learn at least one new language every year or you’re not a good programmer.”