Г-н Фаршеклоакин (spamsink) wrote,
Г-н Фаршеклоакин
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Требуются программисты на ассемблере PDP-11

The venerable PDP-11 minicomputer is still spry to this day, powering GE nuclear power-plant robots - and will do so for another 37 years.

That's right: PDP-11 assembler coders are hard to find, but the nuclear industry is planning on keeping the 16-bit machines ticking over until 2050 – long enough for a couple of generations of programmers to come and go.

Now that you've cleaned up the coffee spills and finished laughing, take a look here, at Vintage Computer forums, where GE's Chris Issel has resorted to seek assembly programmers for the 1970s tech.

Issel is responsible for talent acquisition at GE Canada, and her post says there's a “fantastic opportunity” for a PDP-11 programmer at GE's Peterborough operation in Ontario.

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/06/19/nuke_plants_to_keep_pdp11_until_2050/

Чтоб заранее готовились к 2038 году!
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