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chris webster
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http://thequickword.wordpress.com/2014/02/16/james-irys-history-of-programming-languages-illustrated-with-pictures-and-large-fonts/


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Tim Cooke
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Like it.


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Scott Winterbourne
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Haha that is great.
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I love the part about programming with physical switches to avoid the tabs versus spaces debate.


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Jesper de Jong
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I've seen that in text before, without the pictures.


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Jayesh A Lalwani
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That was pretty funny
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Wonderful!
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Fairly good photo of Brad Cox and one of his German shepherds. Nice summary of many of the languages.
 
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