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Interview++: Bjarne Stroustrup on the Evolution of Languages

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Howard Dierking talks to the inventor of C++, Bjarne Stroustrup, about language zealots, the evolution of programming, and what's in the future of programming.

Howard Dierking

MSDN Magazine April 2008

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Patterns in Practice: Internal Domain Specific Languages


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