Programming Languages

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It's so fluffy!

  • AutoIT, for random Windows scripting tasks.
  • C++ will never die.
  • I like Python, especially when used in algorithm education. I briefly looked at Ruby but couldn't get used to its Perl-like idiosyncrasies.
  • I have also been using REBOL, the relative expression based object language, at work. I've basically abandoned REBOL as a viable platform.
  • Lua is a powerful, fast, lightweight, embeddable scripting language. I learn it quickly, but also forget it just as quickly.
  • Statistics with R.
  • Bash, LaTeX, Scala, Smalltalk, and Haskell.


If I seriously consider SICP, then Scheme should get it's own page.

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