Monday, 24 September 2007

More controversy from O'Reily

O'Reily are usually only a publisher of cheap books but they recently diversified into posters. Specifically, they are selling their own rehash of the famous Computer Language History poster in the form of a bigger, color poster that only includes languages that O'Reilly publish books on and omits almost all of the inheritance relationships.

Although the original clearly shows that OCaml is one of the most up-to-date languages in existence, O'Reily's poster indicates that OCaml died five years ago! Perhaps this is when "Développement d'applications avec Objective Caml" stopped selling?

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