Nathaniel Talbott <nathaniel / talbott.ws> wrote:
> 
> Seriously, I know so many _excellent_ programmers that would jump at 
> the chance to get paid for Ruby coding. I don't think buses (or trains 
> for that matter) are really a problem. Sure, they're not going to be 

I think it was Paul Graham who defined a really attractive language as
one that you'd take a job coding in irrespective of the actual project.
It was someone in the lisp community at any rate, but ruby definitely
fits the bill :)

martin