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J. Paul Morrison[edit]

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John Paul Morrison, discoverer/inventor of Flow-based programming, and author of book of same name.[1]

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  1. ^ J. Paul Morrison, Flow-Based Programming, 2nd Edition: A New Approach to Application Development, CreateSpace, 2010, ISBN/EAN13: 1451542321/9781451542325