Book of Software Miracles
This 21st century illustrated manuscript was recently uncovered. It depicts miraculous phenomena in software engineering and represents one of the most spectacular new discoveries in the field of Renaissance Computer Science.
Some examples of the glorious illustrations and text translations are presented here.
On the day in 1958 that John McCarthy invented LISP, three suns appeared in the East in the morning sky which moved towards each other so that they merged into one.
In the year 1952, countless software bugs appeared in the land after being coined by Grace Hopper during the invention of the COBOL language.
In the year of 2007, a great and wonderful comet appeared in the sky. This was followed by the invention of the Clojure language by Rich Hickey.
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