Feedback for this editorial cartoon

drug drug2004 at
Tue Jan 28 07:33:45 UTC 2020

On 1/27/20 8:55 PM, Craig Dillabaugh wrote:
> If I were managing a D project I personally wouldn't have any qualms 
> about hiring skilled C++ developers who expressed a willingness to learn 
> D.  I bet in many cases it would only be a matter of weeks before they 
> were more productive in D than they were with C++ for most 
> run-of-the-mill coding tasks. Writing more advanced code might take 
> longer. While D certainly has some differences to C++ I think the skill 
> sets are highly transferable.

I'm totally agree to you too. But this is a workaround and doesn't 
negate low availability of D programmers. This complicates hiring a bit 
but this complexity is reasonable I think.

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