On Jan 28, 2005, at 12:28, Joao Pedrosa wrote:

>> "Managing complexity"
>> Most software projects fail to meet their goals.
>> -- The Economist, Nov 25th 2004
>> http://www.economist.com/business/PrinterFriendly.cfm?Story_ID=3423238
>
> Yeah, complexity kills projects. :-)

The only thing I wanted to "subtly" hint at is that implementation 
languages are the least important factor in the ultimate success and/or 
failure of a project.

In other words, an implementation language of any sort is not a silver 
bullet of any sort.

After all, blaming or praising a language for your own success or 
failure would be equivalent to a writer blaming its pen for "writer's 
block".

Cheers

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