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Dan Ingalls space to explore. I really think different people think differently that way. Similarly, if you re going to teach somebody to program a computer, maybe you work with expression evaluation, maybe you work with logic programming. Maybe you do some stuff in user interface. People will light up in one area and that s where they should go deep. Seibel: As I understand it, the original purpose of Smalltalk was to teach a kind of programming literacy. Is that something everyone should have, just the way everyone is expected to be able to read and write and do a little bit of math Should everyone have some ability to program a computer just because it s a useful way of thinking Ingalls: It s very hard for me to say that anyone should do anything, because I ve met people that I think are better than me in this way or that way that know nothing about programming. In terms of literacy, the stuff that s under there is logic and math and yes, people should be able to think logically. But I d never say that somebody should know how to program, I don t think. There s stuff we do in everyday life that s like programming. You need to know about procedures with steps, that kind of thing. Computers incorporate some powerful ideas and can bring some powerful ideas to life. The wonderful thing about computers is they bring mathematics to life. So they can be a great tool that way. Now, my feeling about the powerful ideas that are necessary to lead a good life, it s not clear how many of them are in this space. Seibel: Seymour Papert wrote in Mindstorms about debugging as an important element of an intellectual toolkit the idea that the name of the game is not to get the right answer but to get an answer and then debug it. Ingalls: Oh, absolutely! People should learn to think clearly and to question. And to me it s very basic. If you grow up in a family where when the cupboard door doesn t close right, somebody opens it up and looks at the hinge and sees that a screw is loose and therefore it s hanging this way vs. if they say, Oh, the door doesn t work right; call somebody there s a difference there. To me you don t need any involvement with computers to have that experience of what you see isn t right, what do you do Inquire. Look. And then if you see the problem, how do you fix it To me that s so basic and human and comes so much from parent to child.
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Dan Ingalls Computers are certainly a medium for doing that. But they re just computers. There s a lot of that that will transfer, but to me it s really big and basic and human, so it s not like we re going to enlighten the world just by teaching them computers. Seibel: Do you remember the first interesting program you wrote Ingalls: Oh, let s see. In each programming experience, there was something that was out of the box. When I discovered VisiCalc, I wrote a spreadsheet to translate English to pig Latin in VisiCalc. That was, to me, interesting, because it used the spreadsheet metaphor as a parallel programming approach. Parsing text that way was fun and enlightening. Seibel: So VisiCalc had primitives for taking apart strings Ingalls: Yeah, you could take apart strings. Maybe what I actually had was Lotus 1-2-3, not VisiCalc, because I m not sure that VisiCalc had string primitives. I got one of those little Poqet PCs it was the first truly handheld PC. It ran on two penlights, and I put 1-2-3 on it, and I had a plane flight across the country and I thought, What can I do in this time Seibel: That must ve been well after you learned to program, because there obviously weren t Poqet PCs when you were starting out. Ingalls: That was later on. The really interesting thing that I did in Fortran was I got a hold of Val Schorre s paper on META II just a wonderful, really simple compiler compiler and wrote an implementation of that in Fortran. So all of a sudden this meant you could have other languages in a Fortranonly environment. That was the most interesting thing I did in Fortran, because it used Fortran to escape from the world of Fortran. Seibel: That seems to be a bit of a theme: the pig-Latin spreadsheet, then this, and a hash table in COBOL for your profiler is there a part of you that just likes cutting against the grain Ingalls: I don t feel like it s against the grain, but whenever I have a computing environment to play with, I like to try new things in it. That s what s been so much fun about doing the Smalltalk systems I did. You start from pretty much scratch and your job is to figure out what to assemble
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