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Programming playing cards by Philippe Legault
Philippe Legault, a Canadian graphic designer and software developer, published recently a pack of 54 cards. This is a pack for the geeks where all the cards present sample code of different programming languages, including some made only for fun like the whitespace language. The code excerpt describes shortly the rank and the suit. Be careful not to be confused with another pack named “code:deck” with almost the same design, the same piece of code and even the same price but only thirteen languages. This earlier pack was published by Varianto:25 in 2013, a Bulgarian publisher that makes fun products for developers. Philippe Legault told me he is not related to this publisher but liked the idea and wanted to expand it to more languages.
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