In early 2001, a few merry men created a language that broke the barrier between code and art. It is called the Shakespeare Programming Language.
Our first contribution to this new world of art is a short one-act play called "The Fibonacci Drama".
We, the humble authors, bow our heads in deep appreciation to the creators of SPL. It has opened the door to a whole new world where code and art merge into one. Every programmer is now an author. Every author can now write code.
/ Björn Stenberg & Linus Nielsen Feltzing