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Konrad Hinsen ; Centre de Biophys. Mol. in Orleans, Orleans, France

Did you ever think about what your ideal work environment for scientific programming would be like? This article describes how to do things we don't do (yet) using tools that don't exist (yet). It's about a possible future world of scientific programming. More precisely, it's about the kind of work environment I hope to be able to use one day. The example code uses made-up and possibly incoherent syntax, and has never been tested.

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Computing in Science & Engineering  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 5 )