the ui is the computer
john underkoffler

this means you’re getting rid of bash? that’s a shame! :) just joking, thanks for the reading and looking forward to seeing the next chapters.

Just one little extra note: I do not particularly agree with your point that computers have been “mounting a pure vertical ascent” over the past 30 years, if not by iterating the same CPU model over and over while merely scaling up in speed and scaling down in size. Software — in the broader sense entailing algorithms, paradigms, data structures, etc.— feels to me has evolved a lot faster, while being squashed in an ever too little space between CPU and UI.

So yes, it is definitely the time for a huge evolutionary leap and I am sure companies like yours will play a central role for it. Keep up with the amazing work you have done so far.

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