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Re^3: Is there a future for codeless software?

by SuicideJunkie (Vicar)
on Jun 03, 2019 at 17:09 UTC ( #11100893=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: Is there a future for codeless software?
in thread Is there a future for codeless software?

From what we can see, the future Siri still phones home at the soonest opportunity to get the request parsed. The request is almost certainly then outsourced to a coding and art team from sometime in the early '90s (by sling-shotting a courier ship around a star to deliver the task details, obviously), and the results are incorporated into the install files for the ship's computer so it is available immediately upon the original request.

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Re^4: Is there a future for codeless software?
by perldigious (Priest) on Jun 05, 2019 at 17:06 UTC

    Exactly, if everyone just properly utilized negative delay buffers such as this, even Microsoft couldn't slow computing down... actually, I take that back, they'd still somehow find a way. :-)

    Just another Perl hooker - My clients appreciate that I keep my code clean but my comments dirty.

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