Turing would definitely be a kayak (thank you for comments). It’s small. It’s human powered. It’s often used as a beginner “boat”. And it’s also very Canadian.
Original photo by naokomc
Java is a cargo ship. It’s very bulky. It’s very enterprise~y. Though it can also carry a lot of weight. Will carry a project, but not very fun to drive.
Original photo by cfarivar
Perl is a tugboat. Powerful enough to tug Java around, in 80 characters or less.
Original photo by xeeliz
Ruby is difficult to describe. It’s sleek, sexy, and very fun to drive. Here’s a picture. Very trendy.
Original photo by Tony Falcon
PHP is a bamboo raft. A series of hacks held together by string. Still keeps afloat though.
Original photo by permanently scatterbrained
C is a nuclear submarine. The instructions are probably in a foreign language, but all of the hardware itself is optimized for performance.
Original photo by Ryan C. McGinley
HTML isn’t really a
programming language boat.
Original photo by ascendeddaniel
sumber : http://compsci.ca/blog/if-a-programming-language-was-a-boat/