When programming is depicted in most shows, particularly in animation, it's typically showing someone typing furiously on the keyboard. The screen would either show the final output or gibberish. If any reference to an actual language or stack is brought up, like in the New Game! anime, it's all typically in the background.
After binging through my backlog for the current season, I ran into this:
YouTube video: Programming Language In Anime (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlbO6bakH4)
The show is called Dagashi Kashi, based on a manga about cheap Japanese snacks. These clips are from the second season, episode 9. This is probably the first time I've seen programming in animation, with some attempt at mentioning actual stacks and showing plausible code, even if just for a second.
YouTube video: They Decide To Make Dagashi Website! (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lBY1jnY02s)
The clip above probably brings you back memories of when you first played around with code and you visibly saw it do stuff on screen. Ahhh, how easily we can get carried away...!
And sometimes, it still happens. :P
Have you ever encountered real-life programming languages or tech stacks in animation?
Make better choices about your code and your career.