December 20, 2004
AgentSheets 1.6 and Comics

The Los Angeles County Museum on Fire, (1965-1968), Oil on canvas, Ed Ruscha
The Los Angeles County Museum On Fire

Alexander Repenning's AgentSheets 1.6 got a mention in the Apple Developer Connection Newsletter. (AgentSheets was at one time written in Lisp. Is it still Lisp-based?)

While googling for more info, I found a researcher doing work in using comics to teach children about programming, especially concurrency. Intriguing.

Posted by jjwiseman at December 20, 2004 03:46 PM

AgentSheets was originally written in Lisp and later re-written in Java. Alex sells both the Lisp version (which has more features) and the Java version (which has better market appeal - go figure).

Posted by: Bill Clementson on December 20, 2004 06:11 PM
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