James Iry’s history of programming languages (illustrated with pictures and large fonts)

jacquard Ada Lovelace Alan Turing 04-church 05-bartik 06-backus 07-mccarthy 08-hopper 09-kemeney-kutz 10-steele 11-wirth 12-ritchie-thompson 13-colmerauer 14-milner 15-kay 16-ichbah 17-stroustrup 18-cox 19-wall 20-haskell 21-rossum 22-lerdorf 23-hansson 24-eich 25-gosling 26-hejlsberg 26-odersky

–This post is a tribute to James Iry’s fantastic One Div Zero blog.

If you wish to shape the history of programming like these guys above then connect with Joachim, or drop him an email at talent@valbonne-consulting.com. Him and his gang have worked as SW architects and around with Open Source since the dawn of Linux. They’re head-hunters focusing on future and disruptive tech! Yeah, I know … buzzword-galore, but they certainly understand your CV like engineers! –DyslexicAtheist

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59 Responses to James Iry’s history of programming languages (illustrated with pictures and large fonts)

  1. Mark Smith says:

    Reblogged this on It Was Like That When I Got Here and commented:
    I had a few laughs when reading this blog post!

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