Programming Languages - A Map
Programming Languages - A Map
Written by Alex Armstrong   
Wednesday, 28 December 2011

This isn't really news, but it is a very nice infographic showing 40 of the best known computer languages along with some other information.

The piece is entitled "Programming Languages of the World" and represents 40 of the world's most influential programming languages, past and present, as well as their date of creation, where, by whom, and what application they were designed for.

(Click on infographic to enlarge)



The infographic was created by Julian Laval who can also be found on Twitter -  Follow JulianLaval  




So many languages, so little time and a worldwide phenomenon.


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