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2 points by andreyf 5514 days ago | link | parent

If you generalize Moore's law to cost of computation per second, it isn't failing. In 100 years, network availability, speed, and capacity will lead to yet-unimagined changes.

How will programming languages take advantage of a thousand or a million CPU's?

3 points by jimbokun 5513 days ago | link

Isn't Google (and others) already answering that question today?


3 points by andreyf 5512 days ago | link

OK, so let's rephrase it practically - how do you design a programming language if the IDE is running on Google's infrastructure?