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In the Brain

The Worst Programming Language Ever

Monday, 15th December at Skills Matter, London

This meetup is run by Skills Matter In The Brain. Starts at 6:30 PM.

The Worst Programming Language Ever

There's something good you can say about every programming language. But that's no fun. Instead, let's take the worst features of all the languages we know, and put them together to create an abomination with the worst syntax, the worst semantics, the worst foot-guns and the worst runtime behaviour in recorded history. Let's make a language so bad it would make people run screaming to Visual Basic for Applications.

Mark also teaches at Skills Matter - Click here for more information!

When he's not making us cackle with laughter in the office, Mark can be found leading his fantastic courses or giving more insightful talks on a wide range of topics such as .NET, AngularJS, Typescript and more.

Want to have your say?

Be sure to check out this (very active) discussion on Reddit, triggered by a reference to this talk.

Mark Rendle

Mark has worked in the software industry for over 25 years, and creating great software is still his primary passion. That, and helping other people to create great software.

Attending Members

Overview

The Worst Programming Language Ever

There's something good you can say about every programming language. But that's no fun. Instead, let's take the worst features of all the languages we know, and put them together to create an abomination with the worst syntax, the worst semantics, the worst foot-guns and the worst runtime behaviour in recorded history. Let's make a language so bad it would make people run screaming to Visual Basic for Applications.

Mark also teaches at Skills Matter - Click here for more information!

When he's not making us cackle with laughter in the office, Mark can be found leading his fantastic courses or giving more insightful talks on a wide range of topics such as .NET, AngularJS, Typescript and more.

Want to have your say?

Be sure to check out this (very active) discussion on Reddit, triggered by a reference to this talk.

Mark Rendle

Mark has worked in the software industry for over 25 years, and creating great software is still his primary passion. That, and helping other people to create great software.

Who's coming?

Attending Members