[racket] idiomatic and fast

From: Robby Findler (robby at eecs.northwestern.edu)
Date: Sun Apr 29 20:03:13 EDT 2012

My own $0.02: I prefer to take the high road, assume the best, and
ROFL (literally).

On Sun, Apr 29, 2012 at 5:35 PM, Neil Van Dyke <neil at neilvandyke.org> wrote:
> Matthias Felleisen wrote at 04/29/2012 05:50 PM:
>> Are you saying that this was NOT an April fool's joke? Argh.
> With Microsoft, I can't always tell.  With this MS thing recognizing dubious
> achievements, and posting those honors on one's Facebook and such, it could
> be some fun/lame thing, or it could secretly be some brilliant social
> critique by an MS worker drone, passed off as just a fun/lame thing.  If
> critique, it could be on the folly of software metrics practice, on the
> vapidity of Facebook/Twitter/blogs, on the nature of Microsoft
> certifications...
> I'd still be interested in projects on guiding what language features people
> use (when they're not guided by a textbook and DrRacket student languages).
>  Or perhaps we could look at this as another aspect of an automatic
> code-critiquing tool: not only does the tool do things like flag suspect
> code and suggest better idioms, but these suggestions are informed by a
> sense of the programmer's current level of expertise in various respects.
> Neil V.
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