Welcome to the sixty-third issue of De Programmatica Ipsum, about Space.
In this edition:
- We ask ourselves how much rocket science is required to write quality code.
- In the Library section, we review the impact of “Cosmos” by Carl Sagan in our society.
- In our Vidéothèque section, we listen to Margaret Hamilton telling us stories about software engineering and Moon landings.
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