JOSS, aka JOHNNIAC Open Shop System, is a programming language created in 1966 by Cliff Shaw.
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JOSS (an acronym for JOHNNIAC Open Shop System) was one of the very first interactive, time-sharing programming languages. JOSS I, developed by J. Clifford Shaw at RAND was first implemented, in beta form, on the JOHNNIAC computer in May 1963. Read more on Wikipedia...
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