@dosnostalgic dig the font
@dosnostalgic Thank god we aren’t in the 90’s
@dosnostalgic Weird. That was not how I wrote code in the 90s. :/
@dosnostalgic Wow. This would be something similar to Scratch?
@dosnostalgic Also, finding information about this is hard. The names of the company and product are not great for searching.
@dosnostalgic I found this, which suggests it was just a UI designer.
@dosnostalgic I can remember getting a talk from a company working on something like this when I did my “IT for arts graduates” masters back in the early 90s. I decided I didn’t need to pay attention and for once it was the right choice.
@dosnostalgic Hey look, it's Automator!
@dosnostalgic I had math classes in High School where they gave us very basic algorithmic classes, and we had to use a GUI(only software that used dropdowns to make you write basic algorithms.
And you had to press a button
to make a new line
for every line
A friend and I negociated to do the whole thing in C++ tbh xD
@dosnostalgic Cute: They call it "desktop programming" as a parallel to "desktop publishing" which was huge at the time.
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