[BALU] Fedora 10

Charles McNutt charlesmcnutt at windstream.net
Thu Dec 4 15:10:25 CST 2008


That is an interesting comment.

Thomas Stover wrote:
> Anytime you have say that something is art, it no longer is. At the same 
> time, just because people can not appreciate the art in things like 
> metallurgy,  clean water, and hypodermic needles, does not mean they 
> weren't touched by the human spirit either.
>
> Stewart Dean wrote:
>   
>> Yeah, I take issue with that, too.  If computer programming isn't art, 
>> why do we speak in terms of "pretty code"?
>>
>> Lots of people get into computers in college because they hear it's 
>> where the money is, but those people don't innovate.  The people that 
>> treat it like an art are the people that innovate.  (Or the people that 
>> write crappy, spaghetti code and claim it's art...  It's kinda hard to 
>> tell sometimes...)
>>
>> Jim Vines wrote:
>>   
>>     
>>> Charles McNutt wrote:
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>>>       
>>>> now what the best way to do it is. Computer programing is not an art ... 
>>>> it is a science.
>>>>     
>>>>       
>>>>         
>>> Computer programing is not an art ... 
>>> it is a science.
>>>
>>> he he wanta bet.
>>>     
>>>       
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