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Behind our databases - The illustrated history of programming languages

A masterpiece:

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1983 - Bjarne Stroustrup bolts everything he’s ever heard of onto C to create C++. The resulting language is so complext that programs must be sent to the future to be compiled by the Skynet artificial intelligence. Build times suffer. Skynet’s motives for performing the service remain unclear but spokespeople from future say “there is nothing to be concerned about, baby,” in an Austrian accented monotones. There is some specuation that Skynet is nothing more than a pretentious buffer overrun.

Original title and link: Behind our databases - The illustrated history of programming languages (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

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