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Programming Languages

Programming Languages cstejerean has used:

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BASIC
QBasic
Pascal
FoxPro
VisualBasic
TI-BASIC
C++
Delphi
C
bash
x86 Assembly
Java
C#
CLIPS
Python
JESS
sed
AWK
Ruby
Scheme
Common LISP
LISP
Erlang
Javascript
Clojure
Arc
Scala
Jython
Haskell
Objective-C
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2001–2004
I used this with my TI calculators all throughout high school.
2002–2004
2002–2003
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2004–2005
I learned assembly mostly for security related work.
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2004–2006
I liked C#, and in recent years the language has become even better, but I stopped using Windows for development and I could never get excited about Mono.
2005
I learned CLIPS at the same time I learned JESS for a class in Expert Systems.
2005–
2005
I learned JESS at the same time I learned CLIPS for a class in Expert Systems.
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2006–2008
2006–2008
2006–2008
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2007–2009
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2008
I played with Arc briefly, but then I discovered Clojure, which IMO is the future of Lisp that Arc promised.
2009
I learned a little scala from the Programming Scala book in 2009, but I haven't had much time to look at it seriously since.
2009
I tried using Jython a few times earlier, but the choices were: ancient version of Python or buggy 2.5 implementation. In 2009 the 2.5 version finally became stable and we could use it for work.
2009–2010
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