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Notes and Reflections on Books and Media

by Hannah Leitheiser


history of programming languages-ii

thomas j. bergin




"another attraction is that lisp is a language of experts, which for our purposes means that lisp is not a language designed for inexpert programmers to code robust reliable software. therefore, there is little compile-time type checking, there are few module systems, there is little safety or discipline built into the language. it is an "anarchic" language, whereas most other languages are "fascist" (as hackers would have it)." - history of programming languages ii

well, we know what those white nationalists don't program in...