Despite the fact that Fortran has been around since the 1950s, it remains a very relevant programming language today and has an active community of keen engineers. In this episode I'll take a sweep from the origins of Fortran, how to deal with legacy (Fortran 77), how the language evolved to modern day use cases of Fortran. In the course of the episode you'll hear from Thomas Clune (NASA, US), Wim Vanderbauwhede (Uni. Glasgow, UK), Milan Curcic (Uni. of Miami, US) and Ondrej Certik (GSI Technologies, US).
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