Haiku: Java

As I reported on an earlier post, I have been assisting my daughter with some Java programming recently, which has been both stimulating and frustrating. As today’s loose schedule calls for a haiku I thought I would use this as a subject matter, playing on the double meaning of the term…

~  J A V A  ~

Rather like caffeine

this ubiquitous language

awakens my brain



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    1. Thank you Abbie! The difficulty with haiku is so few syllables being available to describe something in an abstract way. Java, on the other hand, allows an abstract idea to be turned into a logical process using a precise syntax. Both challenging, but in different ways!

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