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Tony’s got the right of it.

Dec 1, 2008 one comment

I try to avoid this site being purely a link-dump (although my last post would contradict), but I have to say that Tony Morris’ latest functional post is exceptional. In just a few paragraphs he manages to elucidate the benefits of functional programming in a way that I have never been able to approach. It’s […]

Linkage 2007.03.05

Mar 5, 2008

Technorati Profile<br/> Google Chart API<br/> Meta-object protocol<br/> Rails is the best thing that ever happened to Python?<br/> Software Masterpiece<br/> <br/> <br/> A rant about C++ new<br/> Most of the problems mentioned in this document stem from the fact that C++ took a particular class of functionality, namely memory allocation and object construction, and threw a […]

Linkage 2007.01.14

Jan 14, 2008

RIP Chandler<br/> 24th Anniversary Mac<br/> The rise of functional for 2008<br/> The other driver for adoption of functional programming languages, besides the architectural benefits it has to solve current problems, is the fact that languages such as F# and Scala have adopted a more hybrid model in their language design… Fighting clutter<br/> Make it a […]