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Archive for November 3rd, 2017

“Network Graph of Programming Language Influence – White Background” Posters by ramiro | Redbubble

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/11/03

Via [WayBackGraph of programming languages influence poster – nice gift idea for programmers… – This is why I Code – Google+:

A network graph with more than a thousand programming languages connected by influence relations. Highly influential languages like Lisp, Smalltalk, C, Java, Pascal, C++, Haskel or Python are shown as larger circles as compared to languages with little influence on others like PHP or Argh!. / The influence relation data was retrieved from Freebase in 2013. This design available on posters and other products. An awesome gift for programmers who are into digital art. • Also buy this artwork on wall prints, apparel, kids clothes, and more.

[WayBack“Network Graph of Programming Language Influence – White Background” Posters by ramiro | Redbubble

I wonder how they drew the relations and why certain languages are in certain places.


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Posted in C, C++, COBOL, Development, Java, Java Platform, JavaScript/ECMAScript, Pascal, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, Scripting, Software Development, Turbo Prolog | Leave a Comment »

Anyone having trouble with Windows 10 latest update (build 1709)?

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/11/03

[WayBack] Anyone having trouble with Windows 10 latest update (build 1709)? – Agustin Ortu – Google+

It looks that for some people, Windows 10 version 1709 (the Fall Creators Update) uninstalls applications.

Not good.


Posted in Power User, Windows, Windows 10 | 1 Comment »

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