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Friday Hack Chat: Graphical Programming Languages with Bojan Mitov

There is a long history of Visual or Graphical Programming Languages, and most of them make more sense than the name of Microsoft’s Visual Basic, C#, and Visual Studio IDE. Some people don’t like to code, and for them, graphical programming languages replace semicolons and brackets with easy-to-understand boxes and wires. This Friday, we’re going to be talking about graphical programming languages with [Bojan Mitov].
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