The Architecture of Computer Programming - The Reboot

In Montreuil, on the eastern edge of Paris, a maze of old stone walls is all that remains of a lost peach orchard. In the 17th century, horticulturists trained peach trees to grow flat against these murs a pêches; the sun’s heat, captured by day and held in the plastered walls overnight, kept the fr…

Charles Broskoski

Source: The Architecture of Computer Programmin…
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