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I think it’s still one of the pragmatic language around.

The ‘quick and very dirty’ parts are still there, the ‘clean and efficients’ bits have been added, and there’s a ton of still runnable doc and code lying around.

All of that is a blessing and a curse of course, but I think that makes it a unique proposition.

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