From Rosetta Code
I have been programming since the early 70s on a wide-variety of operating systems. Here are the languages that I've written major pieces of software for, on the associated environments:
- Univac 1100 Assembly, APL, Basic, Cobol, Lisp, PLUS and Snobol on Univac 1100 Series mainframes.
- PDP-11 Assembly on DEC PDP-11 minicomputers
- Forth on MC6800
- Basic and Fortran on Prime PRIMOS minicomputers (The Prime minicomputer OS, called PRIMOS, was written almost entirely in Fortran, as well as their major applications, including the Basic interpreter. I implemented a major upgrade to the PRIMOS Basic interpreter that allowed very large Basic programs to chain to each other).
- MC68000 Assembly and C on MC68K single-board computers (SBC) (I developed a complete, stand-alone embedded computing environment with a Unix-style memory manager.)
- PLUS on Univac 1100 Series mainframes (PLUS is Programming Language for Systems, a Univac proprietary high-level language.)
- C, PL/1, and DCL on DEC VAX VMS minicomputers. (I developed a print symbiont for a Xerox printer attached to a DEC VAX VMS system.)
- C, Unix Shell, Emacs Lisp, Awk, Make, n/t/roff, SQL, Perl on IBM AIX, HP HP-UX, DEC Ultrix, and SGI Irix workstations (10 years of managing network and computer systems and staff at a UC campus.)
|My Favorite Languages|
|n/t/roff||Very Rusty (ex-expert)|
|PL/I||Very Rusty (ex-expert)|
|PLUS||Very Rusty (ex-expert)|