Paul Graham on Bottom-Up Programming

If you take the principle of bottom-up programming all the way up to the topmost layer of your program, then that layer becomes a programming language for the user.

– Paul Graham, ANSI Common Lisp, pg. 3

2 thoughts on “Paul Graham on Bottom-Up Programming

  1. […] into the User Interface (UI) IDE (Uide [like smalltalk, lisp {IMHO}]).  It all comes back to that Paul Graham quote: If you take the principle of bottom-up programming all the way up to the topmost layer of your […]

  2. […] {I’ve styled it: (Operating [SYstem) Language] Osyl.  Or, (O[S)L]O} with new IDEs all more perfectly integral and continuous in the ease and depth of use (haha, a contradictory use to yesterdays post on “integrity“) Although, truthfully, […]

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