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re: Yes but hate is a personal emotion. It is my hate, based on a subjective or objective experience. It doesn't have to be based on reasoning or logic...
 

Unless you've used the language and have experience with it, why would you hate it?

People just blindly follow what others say because it's hip or cool. If you used the language and experienced a similar issue then it would be fine to hate on it or suggest your professional opinion.

 

Unless you've used the language and have experience with it, why would you hate it?

I don't know, I'm just being the devils advocate here, but that's the beauty of hate, it doesn't have to be objective.

You can have love at first sight, or hate at first LOC.

Stupid examples "I hate Java because is too verbose, and you have to spend years of learning libs and frameworks" Or "I hate all languages where I have to type the semicolons."

Most of the web development is done on hip or cool, so you're fighting a hurricane here :))

People are replacing simple queries with ML scientists, DOM elements with 100kb frameworks and try to write fast important/responsive web services in interpreted languages.

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