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Revision as of 15:52, 12 August 2011

Dominion Draft

Except for links, this is essentially the same as the English version.

Literate Programming

( g11n Haskell Lisp en:Prolog en:Smalltalk )

NixOS
Pubs         Drafts

Museum of Computer Architectures

Once upon a time, a systems programmer¹ would have Reference Card(s) like the 6 below².

  • 1 Mist 4705: B6800 √. 26 Frost 4705: CANDE √. 23 Frost 4705: IBM 360 √. 26 Blossom 4706: IBM 370 √. 22 Wind 4707: Univac and PDP √.

Δ Lycurgus 15 Seed, 4707 公元 Sun 15:50:00 EDT

¹ And in those days any good programmer. Descending broadly to that level is seldom justified for any programmer today. If I survive iAPXx86 will display its bones someplace too.
² Until the last '90s I had the iAPX 432 Reference Manuals which I now regret throwing away.


Burroughs B6800

  • B6800 Reference Card (1 of 14)

Burroughs CANDE

  • CANDE Reference Card (1 of 18)

IBM System 360

  • System 360 Reference Card (1 of 12)

IBM System 370

  • System 370 Reference Card (1 of 16)

PDP 11

  • PDP11 programming Card (1 of 10)

UNIVAC 1108

  • 1108 Reference Card (1 of 10)