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Moleskine Notes for May 2008

Jul 16, 2008

Broccoli v0.1.2 released Thinking about Scala Scala at the core allows mutable and immutable objects based with the following observation: Objects can be mutable or immutable. The latter is preferred when it’s possible, since it needs no concurrency control. Also, these days it’s faster to make new objects and allow them to be efficiently GC’ed, […]

Linkage 2008.03.26 PM

Mar 26, 2008

Python decorators demistified WuFoo Cares? Revisiting The Facts and Fallacies of Software Engineering God’s memory leak Software testing death spiral Great Moments in Linux History Baseball – The top 50 for five years The Occult Experience The Death of the Relational Database The problem is that the people that created the semantic web were just […]

Linkage 2008.03.25 AM

Mar 25, 2008

ZSFA: 2008-03-26 That means I?m stuck working for an industry that completely disgusts me with their greed and working on a project that will eventually mean nothing to JPMorgan. Extending Python with almost anything Things That Are Important: Where Clauses mysql –i-am-a-dummy Enfranchised Mind » My Frustrations with REXML: Ruby?s Standard Library for Reading/Writing XML; or, […]

Linkage 2008.03.24

Mar 24, 2008 one comment

Using Javascript to write OpenGL apps Lucene not good? The P.G. Wodehouse Method Of Refactoring Lisp Macro Magic 10 that XML-RPC does� that REST leaves unspecified Not that the REST doesn�t have its benefits, but someone ought to be saying this. XML-RPC isn�t complicated like SOAP, it runs just about everywhere, and it lets you […]

Linkage 2007.02.18

Mar 18, 2008

Joel talks about web standards<br/> Now there are all these web pages out there with errors, because all the early web browser developers made super-liberal, friendly, accommodating browsers that loved you for who you were and didn’t care if you made a mistake. The relationship between Python and Lisp<br/> prettyprint.js<br/> DADS<br/> Usenet: Reflections on a […]

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