Random Notes on Programming
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Classic Programmer Paintings!
Hieronymus Bosch “A visual guide to the Scala language” oil on oak panels, 1490-1510.
The left panel shows the functional features, the main one describes the type system, and the right the object oriented parts.
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