SICP: Truly Conquering SICP

This guy is my hero:
I’ve written 52 blog posts (not including this one) in the SICP category, spread over 10 months...Counting with the cloc tool (Count Lines Of Code), the total physical LOC count1 for the code I’ve written during this time: 7,300 LOC of Common Lisp, 4,100 LOC of Scheme.
Gees, and I was excited when I finished the videos. I feel so inadequate ;)

Comments

Heikki Toivonen said…
That reminded me to finish my blog post about all the programming languages that I have ever written at least one line of code with. I counted 20. I am sure you can beat that handily, so give us a list :)
I don't want to bother with a post, but let me see. I've written at least an exercise or two in:

Turbo Pascal
C++
C
Java
JavaScript
PHP
Perl
Python
Ruby
Assembly
Lisp
Scheme
VBScript
Haskell
Ocaml
Erlang
Cyclone
sh
sed
awk
Cold Fusion
Jython
Io
Objective C

There are probably others, but I can't think of them. Noticeably, I haven't written in COBOL, Fortran, or C# ;)
jj,

No Smalltalk? You haven't lived until you have written a few lines of it. :P

FLOSS weekly had a really cool podcast with Dan Ingalls, the co-inventor of Smalltalk, that you should checkout:

http://twit.tv/floss29
Oh yeah, Smalltalk is the other major one I haven't used.

Thanks for the link.