Coding, reading, writing, and critique: a description of programming as a formal practice of “diagramming,” i.e. the creation of figures and topologies that traverse multiple scales of technicity; the importance of supplement/support/software to the writing of high-level programs; Derridean failure, bugs, surprise; code as pharmakon; debugging as Foucauldian technology of the self; irony and the (originary) technicity of critique.
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"Diagram, Debug, Fold: Computer Programming as a Form of Critique"
Modern Culture and Media Theses and Dissertations.
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