PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES have come a long way since the early punch cards used to instruct Jacquard looms in the early 19th century.
The idea leaped into the electronic world in 1957 with IBM's Fortran, the oldest programming language still in use today.
It's like someone just gave you a millionaire's shortbread, and added extra caramel
A promise that should never have been needed.
Suddenly your security device is the most nickable thing in the house