Linked by Amjith Ramanujam on Wed 16th Jul 2008 01:42 UTC
General Development Computerworld is undertaking a series of investigations into the most widely-used programming languages. Luca Cardelli is a member of the Modula-3 design committee. Cardelli is a Principal Researcher and Head of the Programming Principles and Tools and Security groups at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, and is an ACM Fellow. Here he chats to Computerworld about the origins of Modula-3, including how the most exciting Modula-3 design meeting ever, was abruptly interrupted by the San Francisco 7.1 earthquake.
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RE: First! :)
by netpython on Wed 16th Jul 2008 08:56 UTC in reply to "First! :)"
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In the early ninethies modula-2 with no real GUI at college :-)

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RE[2]: First! :)
by tingo on Wed 16th Jul 2008 16:23 in reply to "RE: First! :)"
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Modula-2? Yes - I still have my Modula-2 books from the mid eighties. Oh, those were the days... ;)

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