Ted Neward on Present and Past Languages

Posted in Development, Frameworks, Conferences on October 27, 2008

Ted Neward on Present and Past Languages
In this interview filmed during QCon London 2008, Ted Neward, author of "Effective Enterprise Java", talks about languages, statical, dynamical, objectual or functional. He dives into Java, C#, C++, Haskell, Scala, VB, and Lisp, to name some of them, comparing the benefits and disadvantages of using one or another.

Ted Neward has been using C++ since 1991, Java since 1997, and .NET since 2000. He is a .NET instructor with PluralSight, teaches Java independently, speaks at conferences worldwide in both the Java and .NET communities, writes for MSDN, InfoQ and TheServerSide, authored the books C# In a Nutshell, SSCLI Essentials and Effective Enterprise Java, among others.

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