The Programming Page


While being a compuer scientist or software engineer is much more than just programming, I believe that good programming skills are a must, even if (maybe) we do not program (anymore) in our jobs.

A general overview about the various existing programming languages can be found in the language list which is maintained at the University of Geneva in Switzerland.

Locally available information:


Some programming languages are standardized. Usually, such standards are either developed in the first place by ISO, or are later adopted by them. This is somewhat unfortunate, because ISO doesn't give their standards away for free. In fact, you have to pay rather dearly to get a copy of a standard. So don't go searching the web for standards, you won't find much. Some things that are available are the following:

Finally, ISO standards can be ordered!