By pelegri on May 24, 2008
I have very fond memories of learning to program in Prolog, having learned it from Philippe Roussel while he was visiting Universidad Simon Bolivar. Prolog is a logic language and it was a good mind-strecher after the traditional algorithmic languages.
That's why the series by Hulles showing how to write a Prolog Module for NetBeans 6.1 made me smile (thanks for the tip Charles). Check it out, from Part 0: About the Project to Part 8: Creating an NBM.
So, a toast to Prolog, Philippe, Jorge, all the other USB folks... and to NetBeans! :-)