Quoting Ishida Takashi (email@example.com):
Script Language Python + Numpy + Scipy, Ruby (RUBY!)
I am not surprised. Of course the system is based in Japan, so it is a
little bit more expected to see that happening. But I have been
developing research code for a University for the past 5+ years, and
as long as I provide results and I do not brag about too much, I am
allowed to choose my development environment - namely, C-extended Ruby
under Linux. The language excels in being able to describe, to embody,
the implemented solutions in the code.
Programmers have to become proficient, no matter what language they
end up using. But becoming proficient with Ruby is, from my experience
and my perception of others' experience, a tad easier and a lot more
entertaining and rewarding than, say, with Python.
I believe that one of the best investments any academic research
department could do is in passionate developers (instead of pretending
that researchers double as code writers, which they are often not very
good at regardless of their good will), but especially in good Ruby
developers. No matter if their research is to be run on supercomputers
or on Raspberry PIs.
Subject: Script Language Ruby ON Supercomputer Fugaku
Date: Sun 31 May 20 02:36:47PM +0900
* Se la Strada e la sua Virtu' non fossero state messe da parte,
* K * Carlo E. Prelz - firstname.lastname@example.org che bisogno ci sarebbe
* di parlare tanto di amore e di rettitudine? (Chuang-Tzu)