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How I Can Code Twice As Fast As You
Category: Tools > Editor      Posted: 06 Apr 09

We're all familiar with text expander programs; though I would surmise that the percentage of us who use them when coding is quite low. To change thing...

John Hughes: Testing with QuickCheck
Category: Languages > Programming      Posted: 09 Mar 09

John Hughes is co-founder and CEO of Quviq AB, and the originator of Quviq QuickCheck. Schooled at a rural comprehensive in Wales, John studied at Oxford and Cambridge Universities, to be appointed Professor of Computing Science at Glasgow University at the tender age of 27. John developed a passion ...

Satnam Singh: Declarative Programming Techniques for Many-Core Architectures
Category: Languages > Programming      Posted: 09 Mar 09

I had the pleasure of co-hosting a seminar on Functional Programming at Ericsson. We were able to bring an impressive cast of speakers:

  • Simon Peyton-Jones, Microsoft Research
  • Satnam Singh, Microsoft Research
  • John Hughes, Chalmers
  • John Launchbury, Galois
    Some notable people...

  • Peyton-Jones: Taming Effects - The Next Big Challenge
    Category: Languages > Programming      Posted: 09 Mar 09

    Simon is a fantastic speaker, providing you can keep up with somebody who speaks fairly fast. He always conveys a real enthusiasm for what he's talking about, looks very well prepared and manages to present complex things in a very simple fashion. He's one of the people I'm slowly trying to emulate i...

    Distributed programming is simple and fun - Hazalcast
    Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 08 Mar 09

    Normally people thinks that distributed/clustered things are so complicated, need tones of configuration and require lots of product specific knowledge. This Hazelcast screencast is aiming to show how simple and fun distributed programming can be. In this screencast we will:

  • downloa...

  • Programmer's Heaven C# School Book
    Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 27 Feb 09

    The Programmer's Heaven C# School book covers the .NET framework and the C# language. Starting with the basics of the language, it goes on to cover object oriented programming techniques and a wide range of C# languages features including interfaces, exceptions and delegates. Later chapters cover pra...

    OpenLaszlo 4 Programming Tutorial
    Category: Web Development > Flash      Posted: 24 Feb 09

    OpenLaszlo architect and ultimate insider Adam Wolff has recorded a screencast version of his wonderful OpenLaszlo programming tutorial, available belo...

    Dramatis: Actors for Ruby - Steven Parkes
    Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

    Multicores. Distributed web services. Clouds. Pick your favorite buzz word, but pretty much any way you slice it, it's concurrent programming: multipl...

    Genetic Programming meets TDD - Larry Diehl
    Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

    The themes of automatic and genetic programming will be explored in context of the Ruby programming language.

    First automatic discovery of...

    Making Your Code CRAPpier: Applying Principles of Visual Design To Code - Michael Granger
    Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

    Code serves two purposes: the first is to instruct the computer to do something, of course, but the second is to communicate your intentions with othe...

    The Fall and Rise of Dynamic Programming Languages - Rick DeNatale
    Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

    A war is being waged between the Empire and the Rebel Alliance. The imperial forces are laboring tirelessly to stamp out such dangerous ideas as late-...

    Better Ruby Through Functional Programming - Dean Wampler
    Category: Languages > Ruby      Posted: 08 Feb 09

    Functional Programming (FP) has become interesting lately as the most robust way to write highly-concurrent applications. However, applying functional...