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The evolution of programming

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by Seven4, May 26, 2015.

  1. Seven4

    Seven4 Power Member

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    Interesting infographic about the evolution of programming.

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    Haha what we had and what we have now we have done a great job i think!!
     
  3. Seven4

    Seven4 Power Member

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    I completely agree.
     
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    pxoxrxn Supreme Member

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    OMG! I'm so excited! What will 2012 bring?

    What happened to Ruby? Why Rails and no Ruby? Ruby comes before the Rails.
     
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  5. Seven4

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    I'm guessing you're ironic, but RoR is present on the infographic.
    Truth to be told, at the end there is a sign +-, so it says 2012+-.
    In math 2015 = 2012+3 :)
     
  6. pxoxrxn

    pxoxrxn Supreme Member

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    I know RoR is, that's the problem. Ruby isn't there but a framework build on top of Ruby is...
     
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    pretty cool. Programming can be a pain though.
     
  8. Seven4

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    So what? Rails is (almost) more famous than Ruby?
    I never heard for any other frameworks for Ruby besides Rails.
     
  9. PHPInjected

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    You cannot go leaving ruby on rails out. Though, nice infographic anyway.
     
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    pxoxrxn Supreme Member

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    Yes, but without Ruby there is no Rails. I just feel like Ruby isn't getting the representation that she deserves.
     
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    Here you go, buddy. :D
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    pxoxrxn Supreme Member

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    God damn it... THAT'S RAILS! You do know there is a difference between Ruby and Rails, yeah? Rails was build on top of Ruby. Also, the infographic has Rails in it...
     
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    Oh, I am well aware of the difference. I just snatched that off of google really quick for fun. You do know what the difference is between a joke and being literal is, yeah? Damn, some people.

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  14. Seven4

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    Hahaha, good one!
     
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    This picture shows how the human changed the world of programming languages. From FORTRAN language to NODES.JS, what a great success :)
    And imagine what will be the next programming language will exist! Can't wait
     
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  16. Seven4

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    Yep, I agree - it's been a long road from Fortran to NodeJS
     
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    My first computer class was fortran. I even remember using the punch cards.
     
  18. Seven4

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    Whoa! It seems so distant and unbelievable from today's perspective :)
     
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    jazzc Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Fortran is faster :trolface:
     
  20. Seven4

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    Well, why is it out of use these days?