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11/19/2009Coincidentally, yesterday I noticed in the bookstore...Scratch: Programming for All
11/12/2009to compile things really quicklyGo or Unladen Swallow?
11/11/2009fameGo or Unladen Swallow?
11/12/2009silver liningGo or Unladen Swallow?
08/04/2009post-dot-NET-Visual-Basic .Net Simple BasicProgramming Made "Simple"
08/04/2009URLSimplicity
07/08/2009Soccer-Fun: Teaching Functional ProgrammingSoccer-Fun: Teaching Functional Programming
06/23/2009Oz: to hear some people tellPerlis Languages
05/20/2009F# tip toes into the mainstream?F# tip toes into the mainstream?
05/20/2009Acknowledging the cosmic bonk/oif balanceAcknowledging the cosmic bonk/oif balance
05/14/2009Language Specification, User Guide, DownloadAxum - A .NET language for safe, scalable and productive parallel programming through isolation, actors and message-passing
05/15/2009Is there somewhere toAxum - A .NET language for safe, scalable and productive parallel programming through isolation, actors and message-passing
05/06/2009COMPOSITA - another ETH languageCOMPOSITA - another ETH language
05/01/2009Conversations with the Creators of Major Programming LanguagesConversations with the Creators of Major Programming Languages
05/01/2009standing in the bookstoreConversations with the Creators of Major Programming Languages
04/10/2009but where went those online papers?Why are objects so unintuitive?
01/29/2009less easily quantified?PL Grand Challenges
01/29/2009"Less easily quantified"PL Grand Challenges
01/29/2009Current languages are selected Darwinistic?PL Grand Challenges
02/01/2009That's facilePL Grand Challenges
01/21/2009Efficient Interpretation by Transforming Data Types and Patterns to FunctionsEfficient Interpretation by Transforming Data Types and Patterns to Functions
12/28/2008Is that a man in a gorilla suit walking across the room?2008 In Review - What Happened with Programming Languages?
11/08/2008The Origins of the BitC Programming LanguageThe Origins of the BitC Programming Language
11/04/2008Oz/K: A kernel language for component-based open programmingOz/K: A kernel language for component-based open programming
10/29/2008I can think of severalWeb application shootout?
10/29/2008as I suspectedWeb application shootout?
10/29/2008show me the componentsWeb application shootout?
10/30/2008understandable, butWeb application shootout?
11/03/2008off-putting incidentalsWeb application shootout?
10/23/2008Research Accelerator for Multiple ProcessorsBEE3: Putting the Buzz Back into Computer Architecture
10/26/2008the only practical optionsSummary of Dependently Typed Systems?
10/26/2008not helpfulSummary of Dependently Typed Systems?
10/21/2008Multiple Dispatch in PracticeMultiple Dispatch in Practice
10/22/2008show meMultiple Dispatch in Practice
10/22/2008extensible unit testsMultiple Dispatch in Practice
10/23/2008show meMultiple Dispatch in Practice
10/23/2008an inability to disprove does not proveMultiple Dispatch in Practice
10/23/2008so as to come across as factualMultiple Dispatch in Practice
10/23/2008.Multiple Dispatch in Practice
10/13/2008long ago Smalltalk and closuresOOPSLA 08
10/30/2008Oslo Developer CenterMicrosoft Oslo
09/20/2008dependent-types linear-types 101 ?dependent-types linear-types 101 ?
09/22/2008thank you psnivelydependent-types linear-types 101 ?
09/04/2008much more usedCommunicating Scala Objects
09/03/2008previously on LtUGoogle chrome
09/10/2008a new release of F# that works on MonoRelational Parametricity and Units of Measure
06/20/2008A Million Actors, Safe Zero-Copy Communication - for JavaA Million Actors, Safe Zero-Copy Communication - for Java
03/03/2008licensing issuesUniqueness Typing Simplified
02/11/2008How does Lisaac compare to Io?Lisaac: The power of simplicity at work for operating systems
02/12/2008That Io keyword count chartLisaac: The power of simplicity at work for operating systems
01/31/2008redefinedArc is released
01/22/2008comp.lang.smalltalkNumbers in Smalltalk
01/09/2008Prediction is very difficultPrediction for 2008
12/12/2007the past is a foreign countryAvi Bryant: Ruby IS-A Smalltalk
12/12/2007a bit more CishAvi Bryant: Ruby IS-A Smalltalk
12/13/2007late ྌs mid ྖsAvi Bryant: Ruby IS-A Smalltalk
12/14/2007What happened?Avi Bryant: Ruby IS-A Smalltalk
12/15/2007knowingAvi Bryant: Ruby IS-A Smalltalk
12/06/2007follow the links?Democratizing the Cloud using Microsoft Live Labs Volta
11/20/2007Large existing code base?Samurai - Protecting Critical Data in Unsafe Languages
11/20/2007if onlySamurai - Protecting Critical Data in Unsafe Languages
11/20/2007conservative changeSamurai - Protecting Critical Data in Unsafe Languages
11/20/2007doesn't seem any less riskySamurai - Protecting Critical Data in Unsafe Languages
11/20/2007Nothing hidden to revealSamurai - Protecting Critical Data in Unsafe Languages
11/20/2007known ?Samurai - Protecting Critical Data in Unsafe Languages
11/21/2007And the answer ...Samurai - Protecting Critical Data in Unsafe Languages
11/12/2007previously on LtUGenerative Code Specialisation for High-Performance Monte Carlo Simulations
10/26/2007by position AND nameOn DSL, Smalltalk and FP
10/25/2007simpler than thatOn DSL, Smalltalk and FP
10/26/2007named parameters, optional parametersOn DSL, Smalltalk and FP
10/16/2007Learning Programming with ErlangLearning Programming with Erlang
10/14/2007grammars as a shared executable specification for language processing toolsgrammars as a shared executable specification for language processing tools
10/17/2007Editinggrammars as a shared executable specification for language processing tools
11/19/2007"*not* more favourably disposed towards OO"Examples of large-scale functional language projects
10/09/2007Functional Programming - A Secret Weapon for Software Testing - John HughesFunctional Programming - A Secret Weapon for Software Testing - John Hughes
09/26/2007Pascal-P compiler annotated textPascal-P compiler annotated text
09/08/2007Compile-time meta-programming in Metalua and ConvergeCompile-time meta-programming in Metalua and Converge
09/03/2007CSP library approachesRob Pike on Concurrency and Message passing in Newsqueak
08/23/2007An Accidental Simula User, Luca CardelliAn Accidental Simula User, Luca Cardelli
08/22/2007Newspeak, an experimental language in the style of SmalltalkNewspeak, an experimental language in the style of Smalltalk
08/09/2007perspectiveRalph Johnson: Erlang, the next Java
07/25/2007Comprehensions with ‘Order by' and ‘Group by'Comprehensions with ‘Order by' and ‘Group by'
07/24/2007Jan 2003?Apocalypse - the empire strikes back
07/24/2007LINQApocalypse - the empire strikes back
07/22/2007Wrapping the Cloud with .NETWrapping the Cloud with .NET
07/23/2007curiousWrapping the Cloud with .NET
07/24/2007Triangles in JavascriptWrapping the Cloud with .NET
07/21/2007Language Nirvana - Simon Peyton-JonesLanguage Nirvana - Simon Peyton-Jones
07/21/2007something from nothingLanguage Nirvana - Simon Peyton-Jones
07/22/2007ErasmusLanguage Nirvana - Simon Peyton-Jones
07/19/2007always someone elses responsibilityOr is it now?
07/19/2007#28 a form of testingOr is it now?
07/19/2007a form of testingOr is it now?
07/20/2007Compiling is stronger—it's a form of proofOr is it now?
07/21/2007confus-edOr is it now?
07/22/2007overall costOr is it now?
07/22/2007we trade opinionsOr is it now?
07/22/2007let's make up our own numbersOr is it now?
07/24/2007our choices of what to measureOr is it now?
07/24/2007the most important thingOr is it now?
07/24/2007disagreement dashedOr is it now?
07/20/2007oopsOr is it now?
07/14/2007iTasks: Defining Interactive Work Flows for the WebiTasks: Defining Interactive Work Flows for the Web
07/07/2007The Evolution Of LINQ And Its Impact On The Design Of C#The Evolution Of LINQ And Its Impact On The Design Of C#
06/24/2007Pirahã living-in-the-present languagePirahã living-in-the-present language
06/24/2007Language Support for Fast and Reliable Message-based CommunicationLanguage Support for Fast and Reliable Message-based Communication
06/24/2007didn't stop and read middle parts more slowlyLanguage Support for Fast and Reliable Message-based Communication
06/24/2007the Unsafe Code TaxLanguage Support for Fast and Reliable Message-based Communication
06/27/2007the benefit of the doubtLanguage Support for Fast and Reliable Message-based Communication
06/27/2007static prevention of deadlockLanguage Support for Fast and Reliable Message-based Communication
06/27/2007Barak was being too subtleStanding on each others' feet
06/25/2007subjectiveStanding on each others' feet
06/27/2007I'll be absurdStanding on each others' feet
06/28/2007Well, yes and no.Standing on each others' feet
06/28/2007side-effectsStanding on each others' feet
06/28/2007kernels = microbenchmarks ?Standing on each others' feet
06/29/2007because you chose not to understandStanding on each others' feet
07/01/2007assert without evidenceStanding on each others' feet
07/01/2007no measurements, no evidence, no problemStanding on each others' feet
07/02/2007just a questionStanding on each others' feet
07/02/2007acceptedStanding on each others' feet
07/02/2007The thing isStanding on each others' feet
07/02/2007an easily made mistakeStanding on each others' feet
07/02/2007hypotheticalStanding on each others' feet
07/02/2007Which people?Standing on each others' feet
06/29/2007language shootouts, in generalStanding on each others' feet
06/19/2007mutablePLs and large scale development
06/20/2007definition modules, implementation modulesPLs and large scale development
06/19/2007"get experience on somethingPLs and large scale development
06/27/2007[OT] "How your brain distorts and deceives"PLs and large scale development
06/20/2007some (possibly familiar) programs to look at ...ANN: Open Quark Framework for Java (CAL Language) 1.5.0
06/02/2007Why "disturbingly"?Automated Whitebox Fuzz Testing
05/11/2007checking oo code against detailed specschecking oo code against detailed specs
05/10/2007statically typedSun's new JavaFX Script language
05/07/2007Formalizing and extending C# type inferenceFormalizing and extending C# type inference
05/07/2007More than Mostly...?The Expression Problem Revisited
04/19/2007In my next post...Twitter and Rails brouhaha
04/11/2007High Performance and Generality - Functional ProgrammingHigh Performance and Generality - Functional Programming
04/07/2007Just In TimeWhy can't you push instructions in MSIL/JVML
03/31/2007rewrite rules!Expect New Major Language Within Five Years
03/24/2007distracts from the real subject of your paperLiving it up with a Live Programming Language
03/25/2007a path beyond dynamic languagesLiving it up with a Live Programming Language
03/27/2007in the name of improving programmer productivityLiving it up with a Live Programming Language
03/24/2007pimping my own frameworkA Real-World Use of Lift, a Scala Web Application Framework
03/24/2007what, exactly, is wrongA Real-World Use of Lift, a Scala Web Application Framework
03/25/2007given that EhudA Real-World Use of Lift, a Scala Web Application Framework
03/24/2007as front-page worthy asA Real-World Use of Lift, a Scala Web Application Framework
03/25/2007my real worldA Real-World Use of Lift, a Scala Web Application Framework
03/24/2007similarlyA Real-World Use of Lift, a Scala Web Application Framework
03/11/2007Perhaps being of industrialWhat's up with Lua?
03/13/2007matrix mathematics and graphicsWhat's up with Lua?
03/13/2007Use of the byte arraysSMP Erlang vs. Haskell vs. ML
03/13/2007What might be a valid concurrency comparison?SMP Erlang vs. Haskell vs. ML
06/23/2007STM package written in C# published 2005Patrick Logan on Software Transaction Memory
06/23/2007STM package written in C# published 2005Patrick Logan on Software Transaction Memory
02/02/2007Steps Toward The Reinvention of ProgrammingSteps Toward The Reinvention of Programming
01/06/2007select: do: collect: ... fold: !!!!I want to learn Smalltalk
01/06/2007A fun and confusing thingI want to learn Smalltalk
01/07/2007it's pretty inconsiderateI want to learn Smalltalk
01/06/2007the *ideas* behindI want to learn Smalltalk
12/13/2006Attempto Controlled English (ACE)Attempto Controlled English (ACE)
12/13/2006Nice programming languageJava Open Review Project
12/08/2006Commercial Users of Functional Programming 2006Commercial Users of Functional Programming 2006
12/10/2006people & momentumCommercial Users of Functional Programming 2006
12/08/2006the second part of our interview with Bjarne StroustrupBjarne Stroustrup: The Problem with Programming
12/09/2006monoBjarne Stroustrup: The Problem with Programming
12/13/2006first handBjarne Stroustrup: The Problem with Programming
12/07/2006deployment imagesInteresting project to modularize Squeak
12/07/2006Interesting JSR to modularize JavaInteresting project to modularize Squeak
12/03/2006Erlang vs C++ for Robust Telecom SoftwareErlang vs C++ for Robust Telecom Software
11/29/2006Possibly the world's shortest APL interpreterPossibly the world's shortest APL interpreter
11/28/2006C++ has indeed become too "expert friendly"C++ has indeed become too "expert friendly"
11/28/2006Read and Discuss versus Download and LearnThe Future of LtU
11/29/2006really learningThe Future of LtU
10/31/2006what constitutes a research language?Want to learn something new
11/03/2006terms of convenienceWant to learn something new
11/03/2006self-describedWant to learn something new
11/04/2006evaluation? what evaluation?Want to learn something new
11/05/2006these distinctionsWant to learn something new
10/26/2006amongst old Smalltalkers?Growing interest in Smalltalk?
10/16/2006bizarre but unrelatedGood Ideas, Through the Looking Glass
10/01/2006there also easy refactoringsTim Bray: Dynamic-Language IDEs
10/01/2006Why is it in the air?Tim Bray: Dynamic-Language IDEs
10/02/2006have worked transparentlyTim Bray: Dynamic-Language IDEs
10/02/2006hundreds of thousands of linesTim Bray: Dynamic-Language IDEs
10/02/2006assuming senseTim Bray: Dynamic-Language IDEs
09/25/2006Perhaps it was commercializationDesigning a Programming Textbook
09/17/2006CleanJ - Concurrent Clean on Java VMCleanJ - Concurrent Clean on Java VM
09/12/2006AppleScript - a story worth tellingAppleScript - a story worth telling
12/04/2006we are responsibleunchecked exceptions are like runtime type checking?
12/05/2006reason-forcing conversationsunchecked exceptions are like runtime type checking?
12/05/2006V & Vunchecked exceptions are like runtime type checking?
08/20/2006needs to be declared finalClosures for Java or money back
08/20/2006nopeClosures for Java or money back
08/20/2006nopeClosures for Java or money back
08/21/2006quarreling for its own sakeClosures for Java or money back
08/23/2006slash dot generalitiesClosures for Java or money back
08/23/2006both of youClosures for Java or money back
08/23/2006"dynamic languages"Closures for Java or money back
09/05/2006Back in the dayClosures for Java or money back
09/05/2006InspectorClosures for Java or money back
08/23/2006Closures for Java or money backClosures for Java or money back
08/31/2006more assumptionsClosures for Java or money back
09/01/2006another storyClosures for Java or money back
09/03/2006"Dynamically-typed languages are another story."Closures for Java or money back
09/04/2006the pointClosures for Java or money back
09/06/2006Ruby != dynamically typed languagesClosures for Java or money back
09/09/2006baseless personal insultsClosures for Java or money back
07/08/2006CERTFailure-oblivious computing
09/12/2008working ATS programsApplied Type System vs. Epigram
06/11/2006Alloy - The BookAlloy - The Book
06/09/2006A Brief History of ScalaA Brief History of Scala
05/29/2006alsoFirst Class Values, Types as values within a Programming Language
05/27/2006Buried Treasure - No Fluff Just StuffBuried Treasure - No Fluff Just Stuff
05/29/2006in Buried Treasure static = badBuried Treasure - No Fluff Just Stuff
05/29/2006Sorry EhudBuried Treasure - No Fluff Just Stuff
05/30/2006ActuallyBuried Treasure - No Fluff Just Stuff
05/27/2006Hierarchy of Smalltalk classesStealing language features for fun and profit in Ruby
01/15/2008When programmers fightruby vs python
01/15/2008not reallyruby vs python
05/13/2006NiceNon-null references?
05/14/2006for some JVM versionsNon-null references?
05/12/2006LINQ May 2006 PreviewLINQ May 2006 Preview
05/13/2006"it is new for a mainstream programming platform"LINQ May 2006 Preview
05/10/2006negligibleBlock performance in Ruby
04/27/2006Do the 90's want Python back as well?Oberon Script. A Lightweight Compiler and Runtime System for the Web
04/21/2006Dynamic Software Updating for CDynamic Software Updating for C
04/23/2006why not?Dynamic Software Updating for C
07/04/2006RIP NeptuneDynamic Software Updating for C
04/12/2006puzzledFlexible Addition of Static Typing to Dynamically Typed Programs
04/12/2006statically prove subrange overflowFlexible Addition of Static Typing to Dynamically Typed Programs
04/13/2006forced?Flexible Addition of Static Typing to Dynamically Typed Programs
04/13/2006their choiceFlexible Addition of Static Typing to Dynamically Typed Programs
04/14/2006?Flexible Addition of Static Typing to Dynamically Typed Programs
04/10/2006Croquet videoFlexible Exception Handling (in Smalltalk)
04/06/2006"Stretch" languages"Stretch" languages
03/28/2006F-ScriptMessage Passing vs. Multi-Methods; Mixing the two?
03/22/2006Gossip == Traffic == Ad $$$Gosling vs. Dynamic Languages
03/22/2006what he said?Gosling vs. Dynamic Languages
03/23/200633:25 through 37:25 transcriptGosling vs. Dynamic Languages
03/23/2006James Gosling writes about the "Scripting flamewar"Gosling vs. Dynamic Languages
03/24/2006at one timeGosling vs. Dynamic Languages
03/30/2006paradigm schmaradigmGosling vs. Dynamic Languages
03/13/2006major multiplatform applications?Virtual Machines, Language Runtimes, and the Future of Objective C
03/02/2006It's nice to hear Anders sayLife and Times of Anders Hejlsberg
03/03/2006a sense of wonderLife and Times of Anders Hejlsberg
02/24/2006making reliable systems in the presence of software errorsEffects on stability/exception handling of massively parallel programs
03/07/2006don't know the authorEffects on stability/exception handling of massively parallel programs
03/07/2006make up your own mindEffects on stability/exception handling of massively parallel programs
02/05/2006Personal computing environmentPackaging Data And Methods
01/31/2006Previously on LtUNaked Objects
02/01/2006style or ignorance?Weak vs. strong typing
01/28/2006Dan Ingalls 7 Smalltalk implementations videoDan Ingalls 7 Smalltalk implementations video
01/24/2006abuseBeyond LINQ: A Manifesto For Distributed Data-Intensive Programming
01/13/2006online Communicating Sequential ProcessesPi-calculus and mobile system books
01/18/2006Functional libraries for JavaFunctional libraries for Java
01/02/2006Peach is the new Black...Auld Lang Alice
12/22/2005Python vs Ruby without the shoutingBeyond "Beyond Java" etc.
12/19/2005Can you share?The Behavior of Behavior
12/19/2005but are applicable to SmalltalkVirtual machine implementation and dynamic languages
12/15/2005The Smalltalk Report 1991-1996The Smalltalk Report 1991-1996
12/14/2005Eclipse IDE + deployed imageBack to the future...
12/14/2005classes and methods passed-around and versionedBack to the future...
12/14/2005I should mention...Back to the future...
12/14/2005Smalltalk on 8086-based DOS machineBack to the future...
12/14/2005monochromeBack to the future...
12/14/2005Not so muchBack to the future...
12/14/2005Models of Software Acceptance - Richard P GabrielBack to the future...
12/14/2005Being there...Back to the future...
12/08/2005Continuations from Generalized Stack InspectionContinuations from Generalized Stack Inspection
11/30/2005Also see GP4Battle of the Languages II
11/02/2005the other approachesSmalltalk case-statement
11/03/2005faithful to the OOP doctrine...Smalltalk case-statement
11/03/2005Clean DynamicsOOPSLA 2005 Reports
10/28/2005Mercator !!!Map of LtU readers
10/28/2005Mercator is the wrong toolMap of LtU readers
10/29/2005Like programming languagesMap of LtU readers
10/29/2005the usual streep mapsMap of LtU readers
11/06/2005Knowing whyMap of LtU readers
11/03/2005Language Shootout examplesBruce Tate: Technologies that may challenge Java
11/03/2005Well...Bruce Tate: Technologies that may challenge Java
10/22/2005as a general purpose languageBruce Tate: Technologies that may challenge Java
10/22/2005please be specificBruce Tate: Technologies that may challenge Java
10/25/2005Specific examplesBruce Tate: Technologies that may challenge Java
10/25/2005source code in files; how quaintBruce Tate: Technologies that may challenge Java
12/19/2005the issue not the exampleBruce Tate: Technologies that may challenge Java
10/26/2005Cambridge Programming LanguageC#: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: An Interview with Anders Hejlsberg
10/22/2005should computer science education be his role?C#: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: An Interview with Anders Hejlsberg
10/05/2005first list your mainstream languagesStatic type inference & late binding?
09/29/2005Active Objects with Syntax Directed DialogsActive Objects with Syntax Directed Dialogs
09/29/2005MessageNotUnderstood classInvokedynamic
09/30/2005advocacy vs technical descriptionInvokedynamic
10/02/2005BCPL VMInvokedynamic
09/24/2005Open JavaNon-Lisp, natively extensible?
09/22/2005test test and test againSelect/From versus From/Select
09/23/2005but not what they doSelect/From versus From/Select
09/22/2005Categories for Software Engineering - recommend?Categories for Software Engineering - recommend?
09/21/2005CleanLive update of source with inferred type?
09/21/2005Clean DynamicsDynamic typing in OCaml
09/03/2005Apple: procedural -> OO -> AOP -> advanced proceduralApple: procedural -> OO -> AOP -> advanced procedural
09/02/2005OO Language Engineering for the Post-Java EraOO Language Engineering for the Post-Java Era
09/02/2005Open JavaOO Language Engineering for the Post-Java Era
08/29/2005Learning to Program with Alice (not Mozart/Oz ML)Learning to Program with Alice (not Mozart/Oz ML)
10/05/2005"mainstream" SmalltalksYearning for a practical scheme
08/29/2005which languages were just a fad?Tim Bray on Ruby
08/29/2005so no differences?Tim Bray on Ruby
08/29/2005and fp languages look like fp languagesTim Bray on Ruby
08/19/2005Sawzall - a popular language at GoogleSawzall - a popular language at Google
08/08/2005type safetyHave scripting languages peaked?
08/08/2005sounds familiarHave scripting languages peaked?
08/05/2005Such a nice show pony - it trots, it jumps, it makes moneyObjective scientific proof of OOP's validity? Don't need no stinkun' proof.
08/06/2005programming environment not languageObjective scientific proof of OOP's validity? Don't need no stinkun' proof.
08/05/2005pickyObjective scientific proof of OOP's validity? Don't need no stinkun' proof.
08/05/2005let me rephraseObjective scientific proof of OOP's validity? Don't need no stinkun' proof.
08/05/2005be amusedObjective scientific proof of OOP's validity? Don't need no stinkun' proof.
08/03/2005Bigloo.NET: compiling Scheme to .NET CLRBigloo.NET: compiling Scheme to .NET CLR
08/03/2005ScalaA Java/Python hybrid?
08/02/2005Try NiceA Java/Python hybrid?
07/29/2005When Generics Fail - NOTMore on the "generics are evil" meme
07/28/2005fast enoughACM Queue: Security Problem Solved?
07/28/2005FUDACM Queue: Security Problem Solved?
07/28/2005somewhat puzzledACM Queue: Security Problem Solved?
07/30/2005language is difficultACM Queue: Security Problem Solved?
07/19/2005On the Revival of Dynamic LanguagesOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/19/2005OOPSLA'04 Revival of Dynamic LanguagesOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/21/2005claims to disagree with... my favoriteOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/21/2005costOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/22/2005huh?On the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/22/2005particular comparisonsOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/23/2005out of contextOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/23/2005faster development than what?On the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/23/2005So ask themOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/23/2005MissouriOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/21/2005universal loose-coupling?On the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/21/2005guarantee absence of runtime errorsOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/21/2005The other question...On the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/22/2005assuming you need to find the callersOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/22/2005I'm suggestingOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/22/2005groanOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/23/2005What's with the name calling?On the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/21/2005cannot do - don't try to doOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/21/2005YepOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/22/2005erasure and reificationOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/21/2005acknowledgedOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/21/2005Is that really what's meant by "lazy evaluation"?Grady Booch: Software Engineering Grand Challenges
07/11/2005Static Typing Where Possible, Dynamic Typing When NeededStatic Typing Where Possible, Dynamic Typing When Needed
02/01/2006Fun is where you find itStatic Typing Where Possible, Dynamic Typing When Needed
07/12/2005Refactoring - Java alsoStatic Typing Where Possible, Dynamic Typing When Needed
07/12/2005What has been available...?Static Typing Where Possible, Dynamic Typing When Needed
07/12/2005some autocompletes are more completeStatic Typing Where Possible, Dynamic Typing When Needed
07/18/2005baby steps for a different audienceStatic Typing Where Possible, Dynamic Typing When Needed
07/19/2005really?Static Typing Where Possible, Dynamic Typing When Needed
07/19/2005focus and scopeStatic Typing Where Possible, Dynamic Typing When Needed
07/20/2005funnyStatic Typing Where Possible, Dynamic Typing When Needed
07/11/2005Irony?Squeak tutorial
07/12/2005understandingSqueak tutorial
06/29/2005MotionTypesHungarian Notation vs The Right Thing
06/27/2005previouslyRevisiting coroutines
06/20/2005A Call to ArmsA Call to Arms
06/18/2005JavaScript 2.0: Evolving a Language for Evolving SystemsJavaScript 2.0: Evolving a Language for Evolving Systems
05/02/2005Erlang is specialCall for Papers: ACM Symposium on Dynamic Languages
04/21/2005Type Erasure: Breaking the Java Type System2005 Programming Languages Day at Watson
04/21/2005hints - what this paper has to say2005 Programming Languages Day at Watson
04/21/2005sorry - fixed2005 Programming Languages Day at Watson
03/21/2005Some PiSpigot implementationsReproducing Programs implement Lazy Lists
02/19/2005IBM Programming Languages DayIBM Programming Languages Day
02/10/2005Pop CultureACM Queue: A Conversation with Alan Kay
02/10/2005in his dayACM Queue: A Conversation with Alan Kay
02/10/2005"the plebs can't understand iACM Queue: A Conversation with Alan Kay
02/11/2005Really?ACM Queue: A Conversation with Alan Kay
02/11/2005"not the least trace of patroACM Queue: A Conversation with Alan Kay
02/08/2005SnapshotTransparent Persistence
02/09/2005Pardon me, really...Transparent Persistence
02/09/2005Because...?Transparent Persistence
01/27/2005out-of-date information"Popular vs. Good" in Programming Languages
01/27/2005CRAPS!"Popular vs. Good" in Programming Languages
01/27/2005Accidents & Ecology"Popular vs. Good" in Programming Languages
01/27/2005Apparent vs Inherent Usability"Popular vs. Good" in Programming Languages
01/20/2005Even more bizarreOOP Is Much Better in Theory Than in Practice
01/21/2005P for ProgrammingOOP Is Much Better in Theory Than in Practice
01/13/2005Santa Claus in Polyphonic C#Santa Claus in Polyphonic C#
01/13/2005not very clear why PolyphonicIntroducing Comega
01/13/2005Yippee it compiles!Introducing Comega
01/05/2005Oooo can I have that now, please?Links (Wadler)
01/01/2005CSP for JavaThe Free Lunch Is Over: A Fundamental Turn Toward Concurrency in Software
01/03/2005or uninteresting?The Free Lunch Is Over: A Fundamental Turn Toward Concurrency in Software
12/27/2004What can a compiler doPython is... slow?
12/27/2004algorithmic optimizations... will still be necessaryPython is... slow?
12/23/2004BCPL coroutinesCoroutines in Lua
12/24/2004Not publishedCoroutines in Lua
11/27/2004not so differentThe IDE Divide
11/04/2004no linksGbeta
10/11/2004Deja vu all over again - Smalltalk?Interesting? closure/object idea
10/12/2004Look furtherInteresting? closure/object idea
10/09/2005frequency rather than probability representationsProbabilistic languages for kids?
09/29/2004Cobol 97 (aka OO Cobol)Java and coolness, a discussion
09/02/2004Linguistic ReuseLinguistic Reuse
08/31/2004Lean Software, Software Jewels & Software ToolsLean Software, Software Jewels & Software Tools
08/25/2004Which comes first, language or thought?Which comes first, language or thought?
08/12/2004Designers who don't care about programming?New Paul Graham thing...
08/10/2004Hoare/Wirth-brand simplicityDynamic Languages Wizards panel videos (rerun)
08/13/2004Being differentDynamic Languages Wizards panel videos (rerun)
08/03/2004Oberon Day @ CERN 2004Oberon Day @ CERN 2004
07/17/2004they started talking about "Clean"New CLR Language: Boo
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08/03/2004Here we go againWhy type systems are interesting
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07/06/2004John Backus of FP fame was faEarly history of Fortran
06/14/2004Adding Wildcards to JavaAdding Wildcards to Java
06/03/2004Re: Ward Cunningham - Do you get religious about programming languages?Ward Cunningham - Do you get religious about programming languages?
05/23/2004Re: Case Study in Practical Language UseCase Study in Practical Language Use
05/25/2004Re: Case Study in Practical Language UseCase Study in Practical Language Use
05/23/2004Re: Lua ShinesLua Shines
05/20/2004Re: SPARK and high integrity softwareSPARK and high integrity software
05/29/2004Re: The Case for First Class MessagesThe Case for First Class Messages
06/10/2004Re: The Case for First Class MessagesThe Case for First Class Messages
06/10/2004Re: The Case for First Class MessagesThe Case for First Class Messages
05/04/2004Re: Tim Bray: JythonTim Bray: Jython
05/04/2004Re: Tim Bray: JythonTim Bray: Jython
05/05/2004Re: Tim Bray: JythonTim Bray: Jython
05/07/2004Re: Tim Bray: JythonTim Bray: Jython
04/27/2004Re: Udell: Radical software customizationUdell: Radical software customization
04/28/2004Re: Udell: Radical software customizationUdell: Radical software customization
04/30/2004Re: Udell: Radical software customizationUdell: Radical software customization
04/26/2004Re: Growing a LanguageGrowing a Language
04/27/2004Re: Growing a LanguageGrowing a Language
04/29/2004Re: Growing a LanguageGrowing a Language
04/22/2004Re: VC++ Security Checks at Runtime and Compile TimeVC++ Security Checks at Runtime and Compile Time
04/22/2004Re: VC++ Security Checks at Runtime and Compile TimeVC++ Security Checks at Runtime and Compile Time
04/22/2004Re: VC++ Security Checks at Runtime and Compile TimeVC++ Security Checks at Runtime and Compile Time
04/22/2004Re: VC++ Security Checks at Runtime and Compile TimeVC++ Security Checks at Runtime and Compile Time
04/11/2004Re: Java to gain multitasking improvementsJava to gain multitasking improvements
03/26/2004Dying TonguesDying Tongues
03/28/2004Re: Dying TonguesDying Tongues
03/31/2004Re: Dying TonguesDying Tongues
04/02/2004Re: Dying TonguesDying Tongues
04/02/2004Re: Dying TonguesDying Tongues
03/27/2004Re: ProthonProthon
03/26/2004Domain-Specific Modeling LanguagesDomain-Specific Modeling Languages
03/26/2004Re: Domain-Specific Modeling LanguagesDomain-Specific Modeling Languages
03/25/2004Re: XC#XC#
04/01/2004Re: Static Type Inference (for Python) with StarkillerStatic Type Inference (for Python) with Starkiller
03/17/2004Bad Engineering Properties of OO LanguagesBad Engineering Properties of OO Languages
03/17/2004Post-Java Era : Back to DynamicityPost-Java Era : Back to Dynamicity
03/13/2004Re: Bruce Eckel on Java genericsBruce Eckel on Java generics
03/05/2004Re: Book Review: Purely Functional Data StructuresBook Review: Purely Functional Data Structures
03/07/2004Re: Book Review: Purely Functional Data StructuresBook Review: Purely Functional Data Structures
03/01/2004Re: Berkeley Visionaries Prognosticate About the FutureBerkeley Visionaries Prognosticate About the Future
02/28/2004Re: Waldo onWaldo on "Types"
03/01/2004Re: Waldo onWaldo on "Types"
03/02/2004Re: Waldo onWaldo on "Types"
02/20/2004Re: Microsoft Xen On Track to Debut as 'X Omega'Microsoft Xen On Track to Debut as 'X Omega'
02/15/2004Re: The Next Move in Programming (Livschitz interview)The Next Move in Programming (Livschitz interview)
02/13/2004Re: Why is Ada Special?Why is Ada Special?
02/11/2004Re: Software Fault Prevention by Language ChoiceSoftware Fault Prevention by Language Choice
02/05/2004Re: Designing aDesigning a "Business Layer"
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02/10/2004Re: CLR Design ChoicesCLR Design Choices
02/01/2004Re: New Scientist interview with Alexandra AikhenvaldNew Scientist interview with Alexandra Aikhenvald
01/27/2004Re: Squeak: a Language for Communicating with MiceSqueak: a Language for Communicating with Mice
02/07/2004Re: Squeak: a Language for Communicating with MiceSqueak: a Language for Communicating with Mice
01/23/2004Re: Why Events Are a Bad IdeaWhy Events Are a Bad Idea
01/20/2004Re: teaching programming; any research or results?teaching programming; any research or results?
02/04/2004Re: teaching programming; any research or results?teaching programming; any research or results?
01/16/2004Klaus Wirth & Typeless EulerKlaus Wirth & Typeless Euler
01/14/2004Re: Eric Gunnerson on language design at Microsoft (well, sort of)Eric Gunnerson on language design at Microsoft (well, sort of)
01/14/2004Re: Eric Gunnerson on language design at Microsoft (well, sort of)Eric Gunnerson on language design at Microsoft (well, sort of)
01/14/2004Re: Eric Gunnerson on language design at Microsoft (well, sort of)Eric Gunnerson on language design at Microsoft (well, sort of)
01/08/2004Re: The Behavior of BehaviorThe Behavior of Behavior
01/13/2004Re: The Behavior of BehaviorThe Behavior of Behavior
01/13/2004Re: The Behavior of BehaviorThe Behavior of Behavior
01/13/2004Re: Why Objects Have FailedWhy Objects Have Failed
01/16/2004Re: Why Objects Have FailedWhy Objects Have Failed
01/16/2004Re: Why Objects Have FailedWhy Objects Have Failed
01/21/2004Re: Why Objects Have FailedWhy Objects Have Failed
12/30/2003Aspects, Quantification & ObliviousnessAspects, Quantification & Obliviousness
12/29/2003Hierarchy of Needs (adapted to Design)Hierarchy of Needs (adapted to Design)
12/29/2003Bach & Software CompositionBach & Software Composition
12/30/2003Re: Bach & Software CompositionBach & Software Composition
12/24/2003Re: A Comparative Study of Language Support for Generic ProgrammingA Comparative Study of Language Support for Generic Programming
12/21/2003Re: Sun MSFT Java C# CLR Big PictureSun MSFT Java C# CLR Big Picture
12/16/2003Re: The Sound of Lost ProductivityThe Sound of Lost Productivity
12/17/2003Re: Reading, Writing, and CodeReading, Writing, and Code
12/17/2003Re: Reading, Writing, and CodeReading, Writing, and Code
12/22/2003Re: Reading, Writing, and CodeReading, Writing, and Code
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12/11/2003Smalltalk-72 ManualSmalltalk-72 Manual
12/01/2003Re: Dynamic PropertiesDynamic Properties
12/03/2003Re: Dynamic PropertiesDynamic Properties
12/03/2003Re: Dynamic PropertiesDynamic Properties
12/04/2003Re: Dynamic PropertiesDynamic Properties
12/04/2003Re: Dynamic PropertiesDynamic Properties
12/05/2003Re: Dynamic PropertiesDynamic Properties
12/08/2003Re: Dynamic PropertiesDynamic Properties
12/01/2003Re: Interview with Robin MilnerInterview with Robin Milner
11/22/2003Antipathy to Type SystemsAntipathy to Type Systems
11/21/2003Re: Towards the best collection APITowards the best collection API
11/22/2003Re: Towards the best collection APITowards the best collection API
11/22/2003Re: Towards the best collection APITowards the best collection API
11/18/2003Re: Coplien: Teaching OOCoplien: Teaching OO
11/19/2003Re: Viewing code - how much is just right?Viewing code - how much is just right?
11/16/2003Re: Notes on Programming in CNotes on Programming in C
11/16/2003Re: Notes on Programming in CNotes on Programming in C
11/18/2003Re: Introducing ContinuationsIntroducing Continuations
11/17/2003Re: Making reliable distributed systems in the presence of software errorsMaking reliable distributed systems in the presence of software errors
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11/11/2003Re: You call that a Monad? This HERE's a Monad.... And a Shell.You call that a Monad? This HERE's a Monad.... And a Shell.
11/09/2003Dines Bjorner Software Engineering textbooksDines Bjorner Software Engineering textbooks
11/08/2003Re: Converting Common Lisp to DylanConverting Common Lisp to Dylan
11/06/2003Re: Interfaces : a special construct of OO-Languages like Java/C# or only a crook?Interfaces : a special construct of OO-Languages like Java/C# or only a crook?
11/06/2003Re: The JScript Type System, Part OneThe JScript Type System, Part One
11/04/2003MS PDC Session slidesMS PDC Session slides
11/03/2003Re: Bertrand Meyer on Software QualityBertrand Meyer on Software Quality
11/03/2003Re: Bertrand Meyer on Software QualityBertrand Meyer on Software Quality
11/03/2003Re: Bertrand Meyer on Software QualityBertrand Meyer on Software Quality
11/04/2003Re: Bertrand Meyer on Software QualityBertrand Meyer on Software Quality
11/05/2003Re: Bertrand Meyer on Software QualityBertrand Meyer on Software Quality
11/05/2003Re: Bertrand Meyer on Software QualityBertrand Meyer on Software Quality
10/31/2003Clean System 2.1 is releasedClean System 2.1 is released
10/31/2003Re: CLR Panel notesCLR Panel notes
10/28/2003Longhorn CodeDOMLonghorn CodeDOM
10/27/2003XAML the future of UI programming?XAML the future of UI programming?
10/28/2003Re: XAML the future of UI programming?XAML the future of UI programming?
10/28/2003Re: XAML the future of UI programming?XAML the future of UI programming?
11/02/2003Re: Macros vs. Higher-order ProgrammingMacros vs. Higher-order Programming
11/02/2003Re: Macros vs. Higher-order ProgrammingMacros vs. Higher-order Programming
11/03/2003Re: Macros vs. Higher-order ProgrammingMacros vs. Higher-order Programming
01/06/2004Re: Groovy LanguageGroovy Language
10/24/2003Re: C# Language Specification 2.0 (new features)C# Language Specification 2.0 (new features)
10/25/2003Re: C# Language Specification 2.0 (new features)C# Language Specification 2.0 (new features)
10/25/2003Re: C# Language Specification 2.0 (new features)C# Language Specification 2.0 (new features)
03/29/2004Re: C# Language Specification 2.0 (new features)C# Language Specification 2.0 (new features)
10/24/2003C# Language Specification 2.0 draftC# Language Specification 2.0 draft
10/24/2003Re: Conceptual Integrity in ErlangConceptual Integrity in Erlang
10/24/2003Re: Conceptual Integrity in ErlangConceptual Integrity in Erlang
10/24/2003Re: Conceptual Integrity in ErlangConceptual Integrity in Erlang
10/25/2003Re: Conceptual Integrity in ErlangConceptual Integrity in Erlang
10/28/2003Re: State and modularityState and modularity
10/24/2003Re: Expressiveness versus execution speedExpressiveness versus execution speed
10/25/2003Re: Expressiveness versus execution speedExpressiveness versus execution speed
10/26/2003Re: Expressiveness versus execution speedExpressiveness versus execution speed
10/21/2003Re: Erik Meijer: Visual Basic Programmers Love AnamorphismsErik Meijer: Visual Basic Programmers Love Anamorphisms
10/25/2003Re: Dynamically scoped functions vs. AOPDynamically scoped functions vs. AOP
10/19/2003Re: Black-Scholes in Multiple LanguagesBlack-Scholes in Multiple Languages
10/19/2003Re: Black-Scholes in Multiple LanguagesBlack-Scholes in Multiple Languages
10/20/2003Re: Black-Scholes in Multiple LanguagesBlack-Scholes in Multiple Languages
10/16/2003Re: Programming with Rectangles, Triangles, and CirclesProgramming with Rectangles, Triangles, and Circles
10/16/2003Re: Programming with Rectangles, Triangles, and CirclesProgramming with Rectangles, Triangles, and Circles
10/16/2003Re: Programming with Rectangles, Triangles, and CirclesProgramming with Rectangles, Triangles, and Circles
10/14/2003Re: Stroustrup's C++ Style Sweet SpotStroustrup's C++ Style Sweet Spot
10/14/2003Re: Stroustrup's C++ Style Sweet SpotStroustrup's C++ Style Sweet Spot
10/14/2003Re: Stroustrup's C++ Style Sweet SpotStroustrup's C++ Style Sweet Spot
10/14/2003Re: Stroustrup's C++ Style Sweet SpotStroustrup's C++ Style Sweet Spot
10/14/2003Re: Stroustrup's C++ Style Sweet SpotStroustrup's C++ Style Sweet Spot
10/14/2003Re: Stroustrup's C++ Style Sweet SpotStroustrup's C++ Style Sweet Spot
10/15/2003Re: Stroustrup's C++ Style Sweet SpotStroustrup's C++ Style Sweet Spot
10/13/2003C++ Style Bjarne StroustrupC++ Style Bjarne Stroustrup
10/10/2003Re: AliceAlice
10/10/2003Re: Spreadsheet LanguagesSpreadsheet Languages
10/10/2003Re: Spreadsheet LanguagesSpreadsheet Languages
10/08/2003Evaluating API usability at MicrosoftEvaluating API usability at Microsoft
10/11/2003Re: Evaluating API usability at MicrosoftEvaluating API usability at Microsoft
10/02/2003Historic Documents in Computer ScienceHistoric Documents in Computer Science
10/02/2003Re: Tuples + Objects + Infosets =Too Much Stuff!Tuples + Objects + Infosets =Too Much Stuff!
10/01/2003Re: OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
10/06/2003Re: OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
10/06/2003Re: OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
10/07/2003Re: OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
10/07/2003Re: OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
10/07/2003Re: OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
10/07/2003Re: OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
10/07/2003Re: OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
10/07/2003Re: OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
10/08/2003Re: OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
10/08/2003Re: OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
09/27/2003Re: Readable Java 1.5Readable Java 1.5
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09/30/2003Re: Readable Java 1.5Readable Java 1.5
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09/30/2003Re: Philip Greenspun: Lisp diehards = Holocaust deniersPhilip Greenspun: Lisp diehards = Holocaust deniers
09/23/2003Re: Moving Away From XSLTMoving Away From XSLT
09/12/2003Re: Inherited Traits - Classes Like Never BeforeInherited Traits - Classes Like Never Before
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01/24/2004Re: Inherited Traits - Classes Like Never BeforeInherited Traits - Classes Like Never Before
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09/11/2003Re: Metaclass programming in Python, Part 2Metaclass programming in Python, Part 2
09/10/2003Re: Trivia: Programming Language Naming PatternsTrivia: Programming Language Naming Patterns
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09/10/2003Re: Trivia: Programming Language Naming PatternsTrivia: Programming Language Naming Patterns
08/31/2003Bare metal SmalltalkBare metal Smalltalk
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08/27/2003Re: Dynamic languages and virtual machinesDynamic languages and virtual machines
08/28/2003Re: Dynamic languages and virtual machinesDynamic languages and virtual machines
08/28/2003Re: Dynamic languages and virtual machinesDynamic languages and virtual machines
11/23/2003Re: Dynamic languages and virtual machinesDynamic languages and virtual machines
11/23/2003Re: Dynamic languages and virtual machinesDynamic languages and virtual machines
11/24/2003Re: Dynamic languages and virtual machinesDynamic languages and virtual machines
08/19/2003C language historyC language history
08/10/2003Re: The Design of Parallel Programming LanguagesThe Design of Parallel Programming Languages
08/09/2003Re: Patterns of SoftwarePatterns of Software
08/10/2003Re: Patterns of SoftwarePatterns of Software
08/11/2003Re: Patterns of SoftwarePatterns of Software
08/11/2003Re: Patterns of SoftwarePatterns of Software
08/07/2003Re: How to make a FPL successfulHow to make a FPL successful
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08/08/2003Re: How to make a FPL successfulHow to make a FPL successful
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08/05/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/05/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/05/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/05/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/06/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/02/2003Re: Demo of VBDemo of VB "Whidbey"
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08/03/2003Re: The Pragmatic LanguageThe Pragmatic Language
07/28/2003Re: The Little MLerThe Little MLer
07/29/2003Re: The Little MLerThe Little MLer
07/29/2003Re: The Little MLerThe Little MLer
07/30/2003Re: The Little MLerThe Little MLer
07/25/2003What Would You Ask Anders Hejlsberg?What Would You Ask Anders Hejlsberg?
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07/24/2003Re: Java Is a Language for the MassesJava Is a Language for the Masses
07/24/2003Re: Java Is a Language for the MassesJava Is a Language for the Masses
07/25/2003Re: Java Is a Language for the MassesJava Is a Language for the Masses
07/25/2003Re: Java Is a Language for the MassesJava Is a Language for the Masses
07/25/2003Re: Microsoft Forges Ahead With New Compiler TechnologyMicrosoft Forges Ahead With New Compiler Technology
07/20/2003Re: Windows security flaw - buffer-overflowWindows security flaw - buffer-overflow
07/21/2003Re: Windows security flaw - buffer-overflowWindows security flaw - buffer-overflow
07/24/2003Re: Windows security flaw - buffer-overflowWindows security flaw - buffer-overflow
07/25/2003Re: Windows security flaw - buffer-overflowWindows security flaw - buffer-overflow
07/18/2003Re: Adaptation in HOT LanguagesAdaptation in HOT Languages
07/17/2003Re: The Power and Philosophy of RubyThe Power and Philosophy of Ruby
07/18/2003Re: The Power and Philosophy of RubyThe Power and Philosophy of Ruby
07/17/2003Re: Godiva - a Very High Level Dialect of JavaGodiva - a Very High Level Dialect of Java
07/17/2003Re: Godiva - a Very High Level Dialect of JavaGodiva - a Very High Level Dialect of Java
07/16/2003Typeless Language Pattern MatchingTypeless Language Pattern Matching
07/15/2003Re: Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?
07/15/2003Re: Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?
07/17/2003Re: Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?
07/17/2003Re: Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?
07/17/2003Re: Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?
07/17/2003Re: Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?
07/17/2003Re: Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?
07/17/2003Re: Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?
07/17/2003Re: Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?
07/18/2003Re: Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?
07/20/2003Re: Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?
07/20/2003Re: Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?
07/20/2003Re: Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?Are Higher-Order Type Systems Too Hard?
07/14/2003Category Theory for Beginners (slides)Category Theory for Beginners* (slides)
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07/14/2003Re: Neal Stephenson's USENIX keynoteNeal Stephenson's USENIX keynote
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07/13/2003Lost in SpaceLost in Space
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07/13/2003Re: Jef Raskin: The Woes of IDEsJef Raskin: The Woes of IDEs
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07/15/2003Re: Jef Raskin: The Woes of IDEsJef Raskin: The Woes of IDEs
07/15/2003Re: Jef Raskin: The Woes of IDEsJef Raskin: The Woes of IDEs
07/15/2003Re: Jef Raskin: The Woes of IDEsJef Raskin: The Woes of IDEs
07/15/2003Re: Jef Raskin: The Woes of IDEsJef Raskin: The Woes of IDEs
07/16/2003Re: Jef Raskin: The Woes of IDEsJef Raskin: The Woes of IDEs
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07/11/2003Re: CDuce: a programming language adapted to the manipulation of XML documentsCDuce: a programming language adapted to the manipulation of XML documents
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07/02/2003Re: OO Weed LanguagesOO Weed Languages
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06/18/2003Re: Concepts, Techniques and Models of Computer ProgrammingConcepts, Techniques and Models of Computer Programming
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06/08/2003Re: TPK Algorithm in Different Programming LanguagesTPK Algorithm in Different Programming Languages
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06/11/2003Re: TPK Algorithm in Different Programming LanguagesTPK Algorithm in Different Programming Languages
06/12/2003Re: TPK Algorithm in Different Programming LanguagesTPK Algorithm in Different Programming Languages
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06/13/2003Re: TPK Algorithm in Different Programming LanguagesTPK Algorithm in Different Programming Languages
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05/29/2003Re: Erlang is IckyErlang is Icky
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04/09/2003Re: Insecure Macho LoveInsecure Macho Love
04/10/2003Re: Insecure Macho LoveInsecure Macho Love
04/12/2003Re: Insecure Macho LoveInsecure Macho Love
04/05/2003Re: Is the current crop of statically typed languages giving static typing a bad name?Is the current crop of statically typed languages giving static typing a bad name?
04/09/2003Re: Is the current crop of statically typed languages giving static typing a bad name?Is the current crop of statically typed languages giving static typing a bad name?
04/08/2003Re: J. McCarthy: Towards a Mathematical Science of ComputationJ. McCarthy: Towards a Mathematical Science of Computation
03/31/2003Bulk types for functional programmingBulk types for functional programming
03/22/2003Re: Bertrand Meyer: Review of Liberty's Programming C#Bertrand Meyer: Review of Liberty's Programming C#
03/19/2003Re: Screamer: a Common Lisp library for non-determinismScreamer: a Common Lisp library for non-determinism
03/17/2003I/O in Three Programming ParadigmsI/O in Three Programming Paradigms
03/15/2003Re: Mixing paradigms (Python)Mixing paradigms (Python)
03/12/2003Re: Is Inheritance a Pillar of OO?Is Inheritance a Pillar of OO?
03/13/2003Re: Is Inheritance a Pillar of OO?Is Inheritance a Pillar of OO?
03/13/2003Re: Is Inheritance a Pillar of OO?Is Inheritance a Pillar of OO?
03/14/2003Re: Is Inheritance a Pillar of OO?Is Inheritance a Pillar of OO?
03/14/2003Re: Is Inheritance a Pillar of OO?Is Inheritance a Pillar of OO?
03/13/2003Re: Small Time LanguagesSmall Time Languages
03/13/2003Re: Small Time LanguagesSmall Time Languages
03/14/2003Re: Small Time LanguagesSmall Time Languages
03/15/2003Re: Small Time LanguagesSmall Time Languages
03/17/2003Re: Small Time LanguagesSmall Time Languages
03/19/2003Re: Small Time LanguagesSmall Time Languages
03/19/2003Re: Small Time LanguagesSmall Time Languages
03/19/2003Re: Small Time LanguagesSmall Time Languages
03/20/2003Re: Small Time LanguagesSmall Time Languages
03/20/2003Re: Small Time LanguagesSmall Time Languages
03/21/2003Re: Small Time LanguagesSmall Time Languages
03/21/2003Re: Small Time LanguagesSmall Time Languages
03/17/2003Re: MirandaMiranda
03/03/2003CDuceCDuce
02/26/2003Re: Tools for the short hikeTools for the short hike
02/26/2003Re: Tools for the short hikeTools for the short hike
02/25/2003non-null types in an OO languagenon-null types in an OO language
02/25/2003Re: Y Store now C++Y Store now C++
02/25/2003Re: Y Store now C++Y Store now C++
02/23/2003Superx++Superx++
02/23/2003Re:"My C++ Experience/Disaster"
02/19/2003Re: Erlang: A Case Study of Technology IntroductionErlang: A Case Study of Technology Introduction
02/20/2003Re: Erlang: A Case Study of Technology IntroductionErlang: A Case Study of Technology Introduction
02/20/2003Re: Erlang: A Case Study of Technology IntroductionErlang: A Case Study of Technology Introduction
02/20/2003Re: Erlang: A Case Study of Technology IntroductionErlang: A Case Study of Technology Introduction
02/24/2003Re: Erlang: A Case Study of Technology IntroductionErlang: A Case Study of Technology Introduction
02/16/2003Contrary Accumulator GeneratorContrary Accumulator Generator
02/18/2003Re: Contrary Accumulator GeneratorContrary Accumulator Generator
02/19/2003Re: Contrary Accumulator GeneratorContrary Accumulator Generator
02/16/2003Re: Ward Cunningham: Testing, Types, and MoreWard Cunningham: Testing, Types, and More
02/17/2003Re: Ward Cunningham: Testing, Types, and MoreWard Cunningham: Testing, Types, and More
03/01/2003Re: Ward Cunningham: Testing, Types, and MoreWard Cunningham: Testing, Types, and More
03/03/2003Re: Ward Cunningham: Testing, Types, and MoreWard Cunningham: Testing, Types, and More
03/04/2003Re: Ward Cunningham: Testing, Types, and MoreWard Cunningham: Testing, Types, and More
02/15/2003Re: Paul Graham: Accumulator GeneratorPaul Graham: Accumulator Generator
02/15/2003Re: Paul Graham: Accumulator GeneratorPaul Graham: Accumulator Generator
02/15/2003Re: Paul Graham: Accumulator GeneratorPaul Graham: Accumulator Generator
02/18/2003Re: Paul Graham: Accumulator GeneratorPaul Graham: Accumulator Generator
02/13/2003Re: Apache vs. YawsApache vs. Yaws
02/11/2003Re: More on static vs. dynamic typingMore on static vs. dynamic typing
02/10/2003Re: Jon Udell: Shipping the prototypeJon Udell: Shipping the prototype
02/10/2003Re: Why We Refactored JUnitWhy We Refactored JUnit
02/02/2003Re: Guido van Rossum: Programming at Python SpeedGuido van Rossum: Programming at Python Speed
01/25/2003Blue & BlueJBlue & BlueJ
01/21/2003Re: How Java's Floating Point Hurts Everyone EverywhereHow Java's Floating Point Hurts Everyone Everywhere
01/17/2003Re: java vs. C# speed comparisons?java vs. C# speed comparisons?
01/18/2003Re: java vs. C# speed comparisons?java vs. C# speed comparisons?
01/19/2003Re: java vs. C# speed comparisons?java vs. C# speed comparisons?
01/19/2003Re: java vs. C# speed comparisons?java vs. C# speed comparisons?
01/19/2003Re: java vs. C# speed comparisons?java vs. C# speed comparisons?
01/18/2003Re: ElleElle
01/15/2003Re: Recursion Theory and JoyRecursion Theory and Joy
01/07/2003Alice released ML+Oz+Alice released ML+Oz+
01/03/2003Re: Vault releasedVault released
01/04/2003Re: Vault releasedVault released
01/09/2003Re: Vault releasedVault released
01/09/2003Re: Vault releasedVault released
01/21/2003Re: Vault releasedVault released
02/19/2003Re: Vault releasedVault released
12/27/2002Re: Generic C# Sample ProgramsGeneric C# Sample Programs
12/19/2002Traits Composable Units of BehaviorTraits Composable Units of Behavior
12/19/2002Re: Developing Reliable Software with Scripting LanguagesDeveloping Reliable Software with Scripting Languages
12/19/2002Re: Developing Reliable Software with Scripting LanguagesDeveloping Reliable Software with Scripting Languages
12/21/2002Re: Developing Reliable Software with Scripting LanguagesDeveloping Reliable Software with Scripting Languages
12/21/2002Re: Developing Reliable Software with Scripting LanguagesDeveloping Reliable Software with Scripting Languages
12/21/2002Re: Developing Reliable Software with Scripting LanguagesDeveloping Reliable Software with Scripting Languages
12/22/2002Re: Developing Reliable Software with Scripting LanguagesDeveloping Reliable Software with Scripting Languages
12/22/2002Re: Developing Reliable Software with Scripting LanguagesDeveloping Reliable Software with Scripting Languages
12/22/2002Re: Developing Reliable Software with Scripting LanguagesDeveloping Reliable Software with Scripting Languages
12/28/2002Re: Guide to Python introspectionGuide to Python introspection
12/30/2002Re: Guide to Python introspectionGuide to Python introspection
12/12/2002Generics for C# and .Net CLRGenerics for C# and .Net CLR
12/27/2002Re: Generics for C# and .Net CLRGenerics for C# and .Net CLR
12/08/2002Re: The Needle Programming LanguageThe Needle Programming Language
12/09/2002Re: The Needle Programming LanguageThe Needle Programming Language
12/09/2002Re: The Needle Programming LanguageThe Needle Programming Language
12/06/2002ACE visual programming languageACE visual programming language
12/07/2002Re: ACE visual programming languageACE visual programming language
12/07/2002Re: ACE visual programming languageACE visual programming language
12/09/2002Re: ACE visual programming languageACE visual programming language
12/05/2002Re: New features proposed for Java 1.5 by SunNew features proposed for Java 1.5 by Sun
12/06/2002Re: New features proposed for Java 1.5 by SunNew features proposed for Java 1.5 by Sun
12/06/2002Re: New features proposed for Java 1.5 by SunNew features proposed for Java 1.5 by Sun
12/06/2002Re: New features proposed for Java 1.5 by SunNew features proposed for Java 1.5 by Sun
12/07/2002Re: New features proposed for Java 1.5 by SunNew features proposed for Java 1.5 by Sun
12/04/2002Re: Just wondering (strings)Just wondering (strings)
12/01/2002Comparisons between languages for performanceComparisons between languages for performance
12/07/2002Re: Comparisons between languages for performanceComparisons between languages for performance
12/03/2002Re: User-defined functions in ExcelUser-defined functions in Excel
12/05/2002Re: User-defined functions in ExcelUser-defined functions in Excel
12/06/2002Re: User-defined functions in ExcelUser-defined functions in Excel
12/01/2002Re: C++ vs. LispC++ vs. Lisp
11/21/2002GRAIL: a Zero'th programming languageGrail: A Zero'th Programming Language
11/20/2002Psychology in Language DesignPsychology in Language Design
11/20/2002Re: Psychology in Language DesignPsychology in Language Design
11/20/2002Re: Composition LanguagesComposition Languages
11/24/2002Re: Composition LanguagesComposition Languages
11/25/2002Re: Composition LanguagesComposition Languages
11/26/2002Re: Composition LanguagesComposition Languages
11/26/2002Re: Composition LanguagesComposition Languages
11/19/2002Re: What's Wrong With RDF?What's Wrong With RDF?
11/18/2002Composition LanguagesComposition Languages
11/18/2002Re: Objects and classes versus modulesObjects and classes versus modules
11/15/2002static AND dynamic typingstatic AND dynamic typing
11/18/2002Re: static AND dynamic typingstatic AND dynamic typing
11/18/2002Re: static AND dynamic typingstatic AND dynamic typing
11/19/2002Re: static AND dynamic typingstatic AND dynamic typing
11/15/2002Re: Needle, An OO FP LanguageNeedle, An OO FP Language
11/12/2002Why OO SucksWhy OO Sucks
11/12/2002Re: Why OO SucksWhy OO Sucks
11/13/2002Re: Why OO SucksWhy OO Sucks
11/13/2002Re: Why OO SucksWhy OO Sucks
11/14/2002Re: Why OO SucksWhy OO Sucks
11/15/2002Re: Why OO SucksWhy OO Sucks
11/11/2002Relational Programming (whatever happened to...)Relational Programming (whatever happened to...)
11/12/2002Re: Relational Programming (whatever happened to...)Relational Programming (whatever happened to...)
11/13/2002Re: Relational Programming (whatever happened to...)Relational Programming (whatever happened to...)
11/19/2002Re: Relational Programming (whatever happened to...)Relational Programming (whatever happened to...)
11/11/2002Re: Essay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic ProgrammingEssay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic Programming
11/11/2002Re: Essay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic ProgrammingEssay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic Programming
11/11/2002Re: Essay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic ProgrammingEssay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic Programming
11/12/2002Re: Essay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic ProgrammingEssay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic Programming
11/12/2002Re: Essay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic ProgrammingEssay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic Programming
11/16/2002Re: Essay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic ProgrammingEssay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic Programming
11/10/2002Survey of OOP languagesSurvey of OOP languages
11/10/2002Re: Water : A new OO, Dynamic, and Secure Language for Web Services and XMLWater : A new OO, Dynamic, and Secure Language for Web Services and XML
11/11/2002Re: Water : A new OO, Dynamic, and Secure Language for Web Services and XMLWater : A new OO, Dynamic, and Secure Language for Web Services and XML
11/12/2002Re: Microsoft rules...Microsoft rules...
11/06/2002Do languages matter?Do languages matter?
11/07/2002Re: Do languages matter?Do languages matter?
11/07/2002Re: Do languages matter?Do languages matter?
11/09/2002Re: Do languages matter?Do languages matter?
11/10/2002Re: Do languages matter?Do languages matter?
11/10/2002Re: Do languages matter?Do languages matter?
11/11/2002Re: Do languages matter?Do languages matter?
11/11/2002Re: Do languages matter?Do languages matter?
11/04/2002Re: Where to learn programming-related math?Where to learn programming-related math?
11/03/2002Re: A Good OOP Critique?A Good OOP Critique?
11/04/2002Re: A Good OOP Critique?A Good OOP Critique?
11/06/2002Re: A Good OOP Critique?A Good OOP Critique?
11/07/2002Re: A Good OOP Critique?A Good OOP Critique?
11/08/2002Re: A Good OOP Critique?A Good OOP Critique?
11/08/2002Re: A Good OOP Critique?A Good OOP Critique?
11/11/2002Re: A Good OOP Critique?A Good OOP Critique?
11/13/2002Re: A Good OOP Critique?A Good OOP Critique?
11/15/2002Re: A Good OOP Critique?A Good OOP Critique?
11/16/2002Re: A Good OOP Critique?A Good OOP Critique?
11/25/2002Re: A Good OOP Critique?A Good OOP Critique?
10/31/2002Re: StrongtalkStrongtalk
11/01/2002Re: StrongtalkStrongtalk
11/01/2002Re: StrongtalkStrongtalk
11/01/2002Re: StrongtalkStrongtalk
11/02/2002Re: StrongtalkStrongtalk
11/03/2002Re: StrongtalkStrongtalk
10/31/2002Re: Introduction to Aspect-Oriented ProgrammingIntroduction to Aspect-Oriented Programming
10/30/2002Re: Making the Case for PHP at Yahoo!Making the Case for PHP at Yahoo!
10/30/2002Re: Making the Case for PHP at Yahoo!Making the Case for PHP at Yahoo!
10/31/2002Re: Making the Case for PHP at Yahoo!Making the Case for PHP at Yahoo!
11/01/2002Re: Making the Case for PHP at Yahoo!Making the Case for PHP at Yahoo!
11/02/2002Re: Making the Case for PHP at Yahoo!Making the Case for PHP at Yahoo!
10/24/2002Multiple Dispatch with PrototypesMultiple Dispatch with Prototypes
10/22/2002Re: Jakarta-Commons Collections ComponentJakarta-Commons Collections Component
10/19/2002Re: Type Safety anecdoteType Safety anecdote
11/19/2002Re: Haskell tutorial in HebrewHaskell tutorial in Hebrew
10/10/2002Lisp will never make it to mainstream...Lisp will never make it to mainstream...
10/09/2002Re: Xtatic: Native XML processing for C#Xtatic: Native XML processing for C#
10/07/2002Re: No FP languages for the real-worldNo FP languages for the real-world
09/25/2002JWIG an alternative to Servlets, JSP, ASP, and PHPJWIG an alternative to Servlets, JSP, ASP, and PHP
09/22/2002Re: Exploring NLP in Oz/MozartExploring NLP in Oz/Mozart
09/22/2002Re: Michael Vanier: LFM's and LFSP'sMichael Vanier: LFM's and LFSP's
09/23/2002Re: Michael Vanier: LFM's and LFSP'sMichael Vanier: LFM's and LFSP's
09/23/2002Re: Michael Vanier: LFM's and LFSP'sMichael Vanier: LFM's and LFSP's
06/12/2003Re: Michael Vanier: LFM's and LFSP'sMichael Vanier: LFM's and LFSP's
06/13/2003Re: Michael Vanier: LFM's and LFSP'sMichael Vanier: LFM's and LFSP's
01/20/2004Re: Kristen Nygaard (1927-2002)Kristen Nygaard (1927-2002)
06/02/2002Re: Joel on Programming LanguagesJoel on Programming Languages
06/02/2002Re: Joel on Programming LanguagesJoel on Programming Languages
06/15/2003Re: Revisiting an old thread: choosing a foundation languageRevisiting an old thread: choosing a foundation language
08/15/2003Re: The Charity LanguageThe Charity Language
06/13/2003Re: Worse Is BetterWorse Is Better
06/09/2003Re: (Elegant) Recursive Ascent Parsing(Elegant) Recursive Ascent Parsing
06/10/2003Re: Gardens Point Component PascalGardens Point Component Pascal
06/16/2003Re: Gardens Point Component PascalGardens Point Component Pascal
08/11/2003Re: C9X - The New ISO Standard for CC9X - The New ISO Standard for C

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