• http://www.wired.com, Cade Metz
He started in the summer of 2010, working at night and on weekends, and by the end of the following year, he'd mapped out the basics of the new language. That's when he revealed his secret to the top executives at his company, and they were impressed enough to put a few other seasoned engineers on the project. Then, after another eighteen months, it became a "major focus" for the company, with a huge team of developers working alongside Lattner, and that meant the new language would soon change the world of computing. Lattner, you see, works for Apple.
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