The Best Programming Language For Process Control

July 3, 2009

Our Ask the Experts (ATE) area has experienced an uptick in traffic due to a posting regarding programming languages for process control.

Our Ask the Experts (ATE) area has experienced an uptick in traffic due to a posting regarding programming languages for process control.

Obviously, this topic is of interest to our readers. I thought you might like to know that I have added even more information to the original ATE posting, Which Programming Language Should I Learn For Process Control?

Cecil Smith, president of Cecil L. Smith Inc., Baton Rouge, La., added his insight. And expert insight it is – Cecil tells me that in his former life, he was chairman of a Computer Science department.


You can view the original question and answers from our experts here >>
http://www.chemicalprocessing.com/experts/answers/2009/086.html

Traci Purdum,
Senior Digital Editor

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