The A to Z of programming languages

A look at the languages that have formed and changed the software we use

For the past few years, Computerworld Australia has undertaken a series of investigations into interesting programming languages and the people that use them. We have spoken to numerous interesting characters about why they created the language, the progress it has made in the developer world, and what achievements they are most proud of.

While the alphabet is by no means complete, we have racked up a fair amount of interviews, which are available here for you to peruse.

If you have an idea for a programming language we are yet to cover, please contact Chloe Herrick at Chloe_Herrick@idg.com.au

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Daniel

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Visual Basic (VB.NET) not "interesting" enough for you to "investigate" ?

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