|Programming Language||Feels like…|
|C||driving a old powerful manual sports car|
|C++||driving a newer model of a powerful sports car. It is however showing its age. It has occasionally useful features like a |
|Lisp-type (clojure, etc)||driving a newer model of a powerful sports car with a driving instructor next to you. Also the dials on your dashboard are in another language.|
|Perl||driving an old rickety semi-automatic car with a really advanced HUD on the windscreen that helps you read road signs better.|
|Java||driving a 2-tonne truck. Comes in automatic and manual flavours.|
|PHP||driving an automatic car. Except the gears wouldn’t shift when you need it to. Also there is no brake.|
|Python||driving an automatic electric car. It is an older model though, so it is showing its age a little.|
|Go||driving an automatic electric car. It’s the latest Tesla model. It feels fresh, powerful, clean but it is very untested.|
|Erlang||driving James Bond’s BMW in Tomorrow Never Dies, controlled by an Ericsson JB988|
|R||driving a farm tractor with voice control. It’s very good at ploughing fields… not so good for on-road use|
You know what though? All these are vehicles and will get you from point A to point B if you get into the vehicle and drive.
Keep driving. Never stop.