The Origins of APL – 1974 Video

November 10, 2009 at 2:18 pm Leave a comment

A really interesting interview with Kenneth Iverson and others on the development of APL.  What’s striking is that APL was invented as a human-to-human communication tool, used mostly in classrooms, which was years later turned into a programming language: The Origins of APL – 1974 Video by Catherine – MySpace Video.

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