A different way of installing Fedora
GavinFlower at archidevsys.co.nz
Fri Sep 27 20:43:55 UTC 2013
On 28/09/13 05:18, Clyde E. Kunkel wrote:
> On 09/27/2013 01:05 PM, Adam Williamson wrote:
>> On Fri, 2013-09-27 at 22:06 +1200, Gavin Flower wrote:
> I do find the 'who's been
>> using computers longer?' competitions that seem to be ensuing on all
>> sorts of lists lately a bit tiresome :)
> Why tiresome? It is a bit interesting. Way better than some of the
> vitriol showing up on the lists. I remember programming a RemRand
> steel drum memory computer using a teletype and punched paper tape. I
> also remember seeing a U-2 in use running a single application
> (civilian payroll) at a Navy facility.
> None used Fedora.
Yes,it great to find not everyone here is a "Johny-Come-Lately"! :-)
Some people start programming young these days! I'm coaching an 11 year
old in Java, he has his own Linux box. He got into Java by himself when
he was 10, despite neither of his parents being in IT. His mother is a
friend of my wife's, and he suddenly phoned up in February asking if I
could help him. I have introduced him to PostgreSQL & SQL, and later I
think I will also get him into C and other languages. I was 18 before I
had a chance to write programs - I think he will better than I ever was,
before he is 18!
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