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Whatever Happened to FORTRAN? (and COBOL)

On WAMC's Roundtable for Wednesday July 9, 2014 (11:30 AM), Jesse and Joe will discuss three new programming languages from Apple, Google, and Facebook. Not a technical discussion, the topic is how and why these three major vendors decided to go into the computer language building business.

Hack Language (Facebook)

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Windows XP on The Roundtable, January 21, 2014 11:35 AM

Joe and Jesse will be discussing the lingering of Windows XP. Originally released in 2001, Windows XP has reached the end of its useful life. Microsoft announced that support (including security updates) will cease on April 8, 2014. Then, last week, with a minimum of fanfare, Microsoft sort of took it back.


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