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Real Programmers Don't Use PASCAL

, 17 May 2012 Public Domain
Very humorous historical text about the art of programming computers

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Leo Moll
Product Manager PSI Logistics GmbH
Germany Germany
I started programming computers in 1979. After years of management and administration application programming, I started to work mainly in the telecommunication sector in 1986. While working at Cycos AG (formerly known as PP-COM GmbH) from 1992 to 1999 I was involved in the development of core and GUI components of their telematic server MRS for ISDN. After that I worked for a telecommunication company named Infitel International N.V. that produces software for open telecommunication services. After a long stop at Cycos AG, I worked for several other companies like Siemens Enterprise Communications, Axxom Software AG and PSI Logistics GmbH.
 
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