As a senior solutions architect, you have been asked to explain the evolution of
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As a senior solutions architect, you have been asked to explain the evolution of programming from switches and machine language to high-level programming languages.
For this assignment, you must write an academic paper that analyzes the evolution of programming languages.
Academic Assignments to be submitted on Monday yesterday but busy weekend for me. Need help to write based on below guidelines.
The written paper should contain the following:
• Timeline of generations of computer programming languages (not images from the internet), with major languages of each generation
• Discussion of the use, strengths, and weaknesses of each generation of programming languages. Include at least 3 languages for each generation.
• Discussion of the role of Java’s bytecode and .NET’s intermediate-language code, and how performance can be improved by refining code and use of functions and libraries.
• A general matrix for each programming language comparing the syntax and semantic structure and identifying the purpose or solution where they are most commonly used.
Length: 6-8 page document, not including cover and reference pages
References: Include a minimum of 5 scholarly resources
The completed assignment should address all of the assignment requirements, exhibit evidence of concept knowledge, and demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the content presented in the course. The writing should integrate scholarly resources, reflect academic expectations and current APA standards all known Academic Integrity Policy.
When applicable, conduct a Turnitin pre-check to ensure this is plagiarism-free.
If possible, please, use the following as some of the references:
1. An evaluation framework and comparative analysis of the widely used first programming languages.
Authors: Farooq MS; Department of Computer Science, Abdul Wali Khan University, Mardan et all.
2. Teaching History of Programming Languages to Undergraduate Students
Manuel A. P&i-ez-Quifiones