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Turing complete languages are essentially just morphisms of finite state automata

This.

When I see two developers arguing, say, python vs ruby, I always imagine a scuffle of native speakers, like “German language is better than Russian language because of Goethe”—“Nah! have you ever heard about Tolstoy?”

 

I see some great potential blog post titles in this: "Pushkin doesn't scale!" or "Schiller considered harmful".

Also:

— DRY violations in Don Quixote
— SRP by example: characters in War and Peace
— Singleton pattern in Byron’s poetry
Les Misérables vs Die Jungfrau von Orleans: comparison of GC approaches
— Delegation in Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn
— Active Messaging between Rilke and Tsvetaeva
— ...

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