A few general remarks about programming languages
A few more specific remarks about some programming languages
Some links have been added in most cases.
I started on Jun 12 2007 something new:
BitsAndPieces, that are
incidental remarks about matters relating to programming (from the point of
view of a non-professional). Since this depends on my health, which has not
been good, these pieces are more incidental than they would otherwise be.
Also, I have somewhat changed - as of
november 2009 - my positions on learning Assembly
I now think - as explained under the links -
that by far the best way to learn Assembly is with the help of Masm32
(and not by way of other assemblers, as I was inclined to think before) and
that it is not advisable to (try to) learn Smalltalk, at least if you
want to learn about computers and computing.