• Issue #65: Pascal,  Programming Languages,  Title

    Issue #65: Pascal

    Welcome to the sixty-fifth issue of De Programmatica Ipsum, about the Pascal programming language. In this edition, we react to the sudden news of Niklaus Wirth's passing with memories of the past and perspectives of the present; in the Library section, we review "Classics in Software Engineering" by Edward Nash Yourdon; and in our Vidéothèque section, we watch some recent interviews of Niklaus Wirth himself.

  • Issue #59: BASIC,  Programming Languages,  Title

    Issue #59: BASIC

    Welcome to the fifty-ninth issue of De Programmatica Ipsum, about the BASIC Programming Language. In this edition, we reconsider the role and importance of BASIC in the education of computer programmers; in the Library section, we review "Endless Loop" by Mark Jones Lorenzo; and in our Vidéothèque section, we review a commemorative video for the 50th anniversary of the BASIC programming language by Dartmouth College.

  • Issue #47: Rust,  Programming Languages,  Title

    Issue #47: Rust

    Welcome to the forty-seventh issue of De Programmatica Ipsum, dedicated to the subject of Rust. In this edition, Graham doubts the need to rewrite all the wheels in Rust; Adrian observes the growth of Rust in the past 15 months; and in the Library section, Graham reviews "Working Effectively with Legacy Code" by Michael Feathers.