The History of Programming Languages


I just saw this infographic on visual.ly by Neostrategos.

It immediately caught my attention with Ada Lovelace.  My first programming language was Ada 83, then Ada 95.  This graphic does a nice job providing a outlay of some of the key programming language in use today – and the companies that have adopted them.

Also, if you are a programmer, you’re probably already familiar with the OWASP Top 10.  Great resource!  Thanks, Neostrategos – great post!

The History of Programming Languages

 

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