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Re: Any interesting philosophy of programming articles to recommend?

by kapper (Chaplain)
on Aug 20, 2001 at 11:13 UTC ( #106149=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Any interesting philosophy of programming articles to recommend?

The following article, got me to seriously rethink my opinion of literate programming.

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Anybody who has not totally dismissed the idea of literate programming, but just the tools that exist today could get a lot out of reading this article.

Warning: the article is kind of a dry read, but i find it to be worth the effort.

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[ww]: or a lot more than (22*2) for /me
[ww]: er -- senior cognitive deficiency: ((22+(22*2))
[ww]: (but pls don't s/senior/senile/ ... not yet
[karlgoethebier]: A bit more audience now: The Impact of Information Sources on Code Security Very interesting IMHO...
[karlgoethebier]: ..it's about copy & paste ;-)
[ww]: Wonder what IEEE would have thought w/survey based on PM/perl
[ww]: s/thought/found/
[erix]: that title is a broken* sentence, no? But maybe that's deliberate
[karlgoethebier]: ww:My first thought, to be honest...

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