- African click language communities = Punch cards
Click Click Clack Click Clack -> 11010
- Mongolia = RPG
The ancient empire
- Aztecs = Lisp
Was once the most advanced but then got completely lost. We’ve been re-inventing it ever since
- China = Logowriter
It’s been around forever and you only do what Logowriter allows you. Turn 90 degrees right. Now.
- Vietnam = Assembly
Third world concepts that are much more efficient than a Big War Machine.
- Khazakstan = Cobol
- Israel = Scheme
Generally acknowledged as intrinsically powerful, despite its small size, but also because of the ideas it has generated. Strong idealistic or religious attachment for some; often viewed with antagonism by others. Language not mainstream but ancestor to many others. Very specific cultural appeal
- England = Smalltalk
Where most of civilized culture comes from.
- Canada = Ada
Structured, friendly, bureaucratic, what could be more Canadian?
- Sweden = Erlang
One word: Ericsson (and the cold)
- Hungary = Haskell
Because no one understands hungarian
- Ireland = Prolog
Both use weird logic
- France = Pascal
Pascal’s nationality not withstanding, who else tells you how you should be using their language more than the Academie Francaise?
- Germany = C
The most ruthlessly efficient
- Austria = C++
The people still speak German but they’re a bit friendlier
- India = PHP
Finally coming into the civilized world but still mostly used as a cheap hack
- Poland = Delphi
Was once great but its space had been invaded by others
- USA = Java
What other country has such a large bureaucracy with such a huge number of loopholes and inconsistencies?
Called a War On C but no one knows why
- Switzerland = C#
All they really want to do is make money.
- Japan = Ruby
By far the most advanced, at the forefront of the cutting edge. Also insane.
- South Korea = Python
Just as advanced in Ruby in most ways, and its rival.
- Vatican City = XML
XML isn’t really a language but that’s ok because Vatican City isn’t really a country.
Declares reality to be whatever it wants it to be.
© Guillaume Theoret, есть перевод от muranoff