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Prolog FTW!

Echoing my views on software communities in the previous post, I recently took part in some talks about logic programming and Prolog. There’s some really interesting meetup groups in Cambridge for software development, and this one was no exception. You can view my slides here:

If I get time and there is appetite for it I hope to post a bit more about logic programming in future, as its always been one of my interests and I see promoting its use where it can be beneficial as a really positive move! In future it will surely only become more important to use multiple programming techniques, choosing ‘the right tool for the job’ and inter-operating, rather than using one monolithic ‘multi-tool’.

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