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Linkage 2007.01.21

Jan 22, 2008

Garbage Collection FAQ – Advanced<br/> COG

30 Second Resume<br/>

The terrifying reality regarding your resume is that for all the many hours you put into fine-tuning, you’ve got 30 seconds to make an impression on me. Maybe less.

No future for functional in 2008<br/>

The blogosphere is full of functional programming language advocates and the coming rise of functional programming in application development. But has anything changed since Lisp was invented in 1958?

Adding anything (well, kinda) to the eeePC<br/>

Ms. Pacman Plays Herself<br/>


Fundamental Theorems of Calculus<br/>

Bobby Fischer<br/>

What impressed me from Fischer’s games was that clear logic and dynamism can both be harnessed. He produced scintillating attacks of the kind we associate with Tal and Kasparov, and positional masterpieces worthy of Capablanca and Karpov…

Great Programmers<br/>

What truly separates the great programmers from the journeyman programmers is architecture.

Hacking the XO<br/>

Playing Chess with God<br/>

Thompson’s first endgame analyses ran on boards with only four pieces, but over time he took advantage of improvements in processor speeds and storage sizes to analyze five- and six-piece endgames as well.

Crystal Methodology<br/>

Maemo VMWare image<br/>

Scary Clown<br/>

Data Pr0n<br/>

Ruby vs. Smalltalk<br/>

Knuth on Indentation<br/>

We will perhaps eventually be writing only small modules which are identified by name as they are used to build larger ones, so that devices like indentation, rather than delimiters, might become feasible for expressing local structure in the source language.

What I use: Roundup<br/>


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