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Oct 04, 2011


Steve Johnson

You don't need any programming knowledge to get sued by Autodesk. Copying Autodesk's code and selling it as part of a product that Autodesk doesn't want to exist will do the trick, though.

On the other hand, it's quite possible to be a programming genius of the first order, even if you're doing things that Autodesk doesn't like, without being sued by Autodesk.

In short, that was a nonsense statement. I'm much more interested by the 50-60% LISP figure. I can easily believe such numbers, but exactly where did they come from? Statistics mean nothing without details.

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