Geometry Lectures
Thursday 13 March 2003 at 6pm (also streamed live (win or ram) and then archived)
Gresham College Venue: Barnard's Inn Hall

Harold Thimbleby on 'Designing anything: from Lego to mathematics'

Inside every complex gadget is a programming language. How are programming languages designed, and how should they be designed? What are the common design problems? A look at a range of programming languages: the language of Lego, the extraordinarily popular general purpose language Java, and the specialised mathematics programming language Mathematica.

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