CUSTOMER: What kind of programming language do most of your developers use?
ALEX: It’s a language called “Aural Fundamentals.”
ALEX: Unlike most development environments, which are visual, Aural Fundamentals lets you talk to your machine, and tell it what to build. it’s experimental, but already used to create some of our most important software.
PHIL: Computer, now I want to make the computer crash whenever the “print” button is pressed.