Monday, August 06, 2007

shifting programming metaphors

Someone at work has a habit of using "Fortran" as a synonym for "simple, imperative-style programming", regardless of the specific language: "Fortran Java", for instance, means clumping all code into the main method.

What makes this amusing is that Fortran hasn't been sitting still since he last used it. Even Fortran has objects now.

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