Thursday, April 07, 2005

"LAMP begins to light up the software world"

The title of this post is the same as a title of a recent InfoWorld blog post. Excuse me, but where has this author been for the past decade; LAMP has always been a strong challenger, even when the P was Perl instead of PHP or Python. Heck the LAM components of the stack aren't even exclusive to LAMP, J2EE runs great on those underpinnings - call it LAMJ. Just imagine, if BASIC gets popular again, we could even have a LAMB stack - that could be popular in New Zealand.
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