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Last Updated 07/17/2012

Posts By: Ehud Lamm

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07/14/20121. Try to delay thinkingLanguage Implementation 101
07/15/2012I meant using hand codedLanguage Implementation 101
07/15/2012I agree.Language Implementation 101
06/09/2012Finally a reason to get an iPad?Finally a reason to get an iPad?
06/09/2012:-)Finally a reason to get an iPad?
05/08/2012Ada...Common Lisp: The Untold Story
04/25/2012Thanks. This isWhy and How People Use R
04/25/2012I so didn't want to focus onWhy and How People Use R
04/25/2012Java is grist for my mill.Why and How People Use R
05/06/2012Yes, I suppose that's a goodWhy and How People Use R
04/25/2012And, presumably, theWhy and How People Use R
04/26/2012Yep.Why and How People Use R
04/15/2012Iverson's _A Programming Language_Iverson's _A Programming Language_
04/15/2012My bad. I wasn't payingIverson's _A Programming Language_
04/10/2012Time to become aReverend Bayes, meet Countess Lovelace: Probabilistic Programming for Machine Learning
04/10/2012I just force their hand...Reverend Bayes, meet Countess Lovelace: Probabilistic Programming for Machine Learning
03/10/2012doneLanguage mystery: identify the source language to a worm based on its object code
03/03/2012Informed dissent: William Cook contra Bob Harper on OOPInformed dissent: William Cook contra Bob Harper on OOP
03/03/2012I didn't realize that BobInformed dissent: William Cook contra Bob Harper on OOP
03/05/2012Where can one find non-OOPInformed dissent: William Cook contra Bob Harper on OOP
03/05/2012I should have said OOPL.Informed dissent: William Cook contra Bob Harper on OOP
03/14/2012For the record, when I gaveInformed dissent: William Cook contra Bob Harper on OOP
03/03/2012Announcing Lang.NEXT - A Free Event for PL Designers and Implementers Hosted By MicrosoftAnnouncing Lang.NEXT - A Free Event for PL Designers and Implementers Hosted By Microsoft
03/03/2012Sure. If it wasn't such aLang.NEXT 2012 - Session Videos Coming Online
03/03/2012It was appropriate; just tooLang.NEXT 2012 - Session Videos Coming Online
02/22/2012ten four. i think some[Meta] Are we Reddit?
02/18/2012This things has been underA Concept Design for C++
02/19/2012A Concept Design for C++A Concept Design for C++
02/21/2012Can you phrase the "researchA Concept Design for C++
02/07/2012Effective ScalaEffective Scala
02/07/2012I was so asking for this...Effective Scala
10/28/2011That's a worrying argument..."We Really Don't Know How to Compute!" by Gerald Sussman
10/20/2011Thanks. Now I know where theThe evolution of RISC technology at IBM
10/13/2011Dennis Ritchie passed awayDennis Ritchie passed away
10/13/2011RatforzDennis Ritchie passed away
10/13/2011CommunityDennis Ritchie passed away
10/15/2011Ironically, I saw messagesDennis Ritchie passed away
10/13/2011I must say that I expectedDennis Ritchie passed away
10/13/2011But surely there are plentyDennis Ritchie passed away
10/14/2011Celebrate to code, thenDennis Ritchie passed away
10/14/2011Duff's device has to beDennis Ritchie passed away
10/14/2011Anyone remember those adsDennis Ritchie passed away
10/14/2011These are indeed "fun". IDennis Ritchie passed away
10/14/2011On NPRDennis Ritchie passed away
10/14/2011I always belonged to theDennis Ritchie passed away
10/14/2011Point taken, though I am notDennis Ritchie passed away
10/15/2011True that. This is of courseDennis Ritchie passed away
10/15/2011It's unfair to criticizeDennis Ritchie passed away
10/14/2011My guess is that the wordDennis Ritchie passed away
10/14/2011;-)Dennis Ritchie passed away
10/15/2011I expected to hear a lotDennis Ritchie passed away
10/15/2011There are two levels here.Dennis Ritchie passed away
10/16/2011I agree and I think weDennis Ritchie passed away
10/15/2011Do people remember when OSDennis Ritchie passed away
10/15/2011Can you post a bit of codeDennis Ritchie passed away
10/16/2011The Win 3.x convention isDennis Ritchie passed away
10/16/2011Since no one mentioned it:Dennis Ritchie passed away
10/29/2011dmr dayDennis Ritchie passed away
10/10/2011The hacker news discussion.Google's Dart announced
10/11/2011The hubris in the last twoGoogle's Dart announced
10/11/2011So...Google's Dart announced
10/11/2011Was it experience with V8Google's Dart announced
10/12/2011And people complain aboutGoogle's Dart announced
10/12/2011I thought so :-)Google's Dart announced
10/06/2011Open thread: RIP Steve JobsOpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/06/2011And the connection...Open thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/06/2011How about programmingOpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/07/2011Is using, say, ObjC, justOpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/07/2011Thanks. I really should haveOpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/07/2011wikipedia has a detailedOpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/06/2011That was my impression too.Open thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/07/2011Who comes closest to thisOpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/07/2011EleganceOpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/07/2011Here is were we diverge.Open thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/07/2011Oh, I think your view is theOpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/07/2011Sure. But I don't think thisOpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/07/2011I am actually thinking aboutOpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/07/2011And again we converge...Open thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/08/2011ExternalismOpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/06/2011As for event loops, I hateOpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/07/2011The Flash decision? ItsOpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/07/2011They should get a medal forOpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/19/2011This particular edict was aOpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/20/2011Arrange to port Objective-COpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/20/2011Thanks for the data points.Open thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/24/2011Presumably the goal was toOpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/07/2011The iPhone mandate decision.Open thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/07/2011you only have to compareOpen thread: RIP Steve Jobs
10/05/2011I love this sort ofWhat space does SQL cover, or, why is max so weird in SQL?
10/03/2011It will be nice to have aLanguage/Compiler design blogs?
10/02/2011It seems you are gesturingType safety in libraries
10/02/2011"Typed Assembly Language" asType safety in libraries
09/26/2011Anyone read this? Geary J.,Metaphors we Program By: Space, Action and Society in Java
10/04/2011BookMetaphors we Program By: Space, Action and Society in Java
10/04/2011The book is a very detailedMetaphors we Program By: Space, Action and Society in Java
09/23/2011How about this suggestion:Google's "The Future of JavaScript" internal memo leaked
09/24/2011Suppose we want to test thisGoogle's "The Future of JavaScript" internal memo leaked
09/24/2011Agreed on both points.Google's "The Future of JavaScript" internal memo leaked
09/15/2011I am glad to see GoogleGoogle's "The Future of JavaScript" internal memo leaked
09/16/2011While totallyGoogle's "The Future of JavaScript" internal memo leaked
09/16/2011I of course didn't mean you!Google's "The Future of JavaScript" internal memo leaked
09/22/2011Enough about the process...Google's "The Future of JavaScript" internal memo leaked
09/23/2011I was/am fishing for moreGoogle's "The Future of JavaScript" internal memo leaked
09/13/2011Haven't read any of this...The SAFE Platform
09/13/2011These are solutions, yeah.The SAFE Platform
09/09/2011What needs to be done?What needs to be done?
09/09/2011I guess the the questionWhat needs to be done?
09/09/2011The thing is - there is noWhat needs to be done?
09/09/2011I regret hearing that. But IWhat needs to be done?
09/12/2011Meta-QuestionWhat needs to be done?
09/12/2011AspectsWhat needs to be done?
09/13/2011Like some other things IWhat needs to be done?
09/12/2011Since no one said it: ThisWhat needs to be done?
09/12/2011the computers would want aWhat needs to be done?
09/12/2011My guess is that whenWhat needs to be done?
09/12/2011Hopefully much better!What needs to be done?
09/13/2011I was basically saying theWhat needs to be done?
09/13/2011I can picture the PrologWhat needs to be done?
09/13/2011The problem is, I suspect,What needs to be done?
09/13/2011It's a huge field. I'll tryWhat needs to be done?
09/13/2011I am interested in what youWhat needs to be done?
09/12/2011Associative arrays did makeWhat needs to be done?
09/13/2011I would start with AWK IWhat needs to be done?
09/14/2011[Admin]What needs to be done?
09/14/2011I decided the wordWhat needs to be done?
09/14/2011I would love to see how youWhat needs to be done?
09/15/2011Do you place more emphasisWhat needs to be done?
09/28/2011This is simply awesome.What needs to be done?
09/13/2011I know what this behaviorThe Trouble with Erlang
09/13/2011Thanks. That's pretty muchThe Trouble with Erlang
09/09/2011The link is missing!Yield : Mainstream Delimited Continuations; "yield" from different languages compared and formalized
09/04/2011These are probably the bestForum Topics and Story
09/09/2011My feeling is that LtU isForum Topics and Story
09/09/2011I detest OO... But thatForum Topics and Story
09/09/2011+1Forum Topics and Story
09/18/2011The problem is not one ofForum Topics and Story
09/18/2011I agree with this analysis.Forum Topics and Story
09/15/2011True enough. I've even beForum Topics and Story
09/22/2011Identity crisisForum Topics and Story
09/22/2011There's quite a differenceForum Topics and Story
08/27/2011Nostalgia just ain't what itquite "old" books discussion
08/30/2011Some old books are great. Wequite "old" books discussion
08/31/2011This one is a rather famousquite "old" books discussion
08/25/2011OpaOpa
08/26/2011GWT? Links?Opa
08/27/2011Another point from which toOpa
09/09/2011You can read a discussion ofOpa
08/25/2011implementing delimitedA Monadic Framework for Delimited Continuations
08/25/2011If any contributing editorNew book on functional programming and games
08/09/2011Scala?Candle - a new script language that unifies XML technologies
07/28/2011This is homepage material.Clojurescript
07/29/2011There should be a standardClojurescript
07/29/2011Eval_m vs. Eval_oClojurescript
07/28/2011Personally, I'm intrigued byIs it possible to write code that works the very first time?
07/28/2011Reusable specificiationsIs it possible to write code that works the very first time?
07/28/2011Too dense? No comments?Levy: a Toy Call-by-Push-Value Language
06/29/2011Promoted the story. ToWhy Programming Languages?
06/29/2011well putStrange Loop 2011 - Languages galore
06/22/2011Guidance to avoiding vulnerabilities in programming languages (ISO/IEC 24772)Guidance to avoiding vulnerabilities in programming languages (ISO/IEC 24772)
06/22/2011:-)Is it ISO you object to,Guidance to avoiding vulnerabilities in programming languages (ISO/IEC 24772)
06/23/2011Thanks.50 in 50: Steele & Gabriel at RailsConf 2011
06/03/2011Fixed.Joe Duffy on Concurrency, Parallelism
05/25/2011This is getting reallyThe Architecture of Open Source Applications
05/23/2011Rob Pike: Public Static VoidRob Pike: Public Static Void
05/23/2011I think all of these areRob Pike: Public Static Void
05/23/2011Too little? Like tasking,Rob Pike: Public Static Void
05/23/2011I announce a day of mourning.Rob Pike: Public Static Void
05/23/2011That's a great line. I willRob Pike: Public Static Void
05/28/2011I agree that browser-sideRob Pike: Public Static Void
05/30/2011Fair enough. Doesn't explainRob Pike: Public Static Void
05/31/2011I was certainly keeping thisRob Pike: Public Static Void
05/23/2011Is being the "dominant" language the goal? Should it be?Rob Pike: Public Static Void
05/18/2011That's what progress looksJavascript x86 interpreter runs Linux in a browser.
05/19/2011I haven't read this, but IPassing a Language through the Eye of a Needle
05/17/2011The science is moreArtificial Grammar Reveals Inborn Language Sense
05/17/2011I was talking about aArtificial Grammar Reveals Inborn Language Sense
05/15/2011I missed the part about2011 APL Programming Contest is Open
05/15/2011Thanks for setting the2011 APL Programming Contest is Open
05/17/2011Thanks for the explanation.2011 APL Programming Contest is Open
04/30/2011Why I invented Kinetic Rule Language (KRL)?Why I invented Kinetic Rule Language (KRL)?
05/03/2011I presume asking this onWhy I invented Kinetic Rule Language (KRL)?
04/14/2011Patterns in Functional ProgrammingPatterns in Functional Programming
04/13/2011There should be a lawRedhat's New Language
04/08/2011KonaKona
04/08/2011So why the question mark?A real game written in Haskell?
04/05/2011History of PLHistory of PL
04/06/2011Aha.History of PL
04/06/2011Of course HOPL is a primeHistory of PL
04/06/2011All of the above (as done byHistory of PL
04/06/2011The work done as part ofHistory of PL
04/07/2011I know how intellectualHistory of PL
04/07/2011Silver age?History of PL
04/08/2011Great points. I particularlyHistory of PL
04/08/2011I am thinking aboutHistory of PL
04/08/2011Too many deadlines areHistory of PL
04/08/2011I would think a traditionalHistory of PL
04/08/2011Being able to proveAlgebra of Programming
03/29/2011Wow. This is veryFinding and Understanding Bugs in C Compilers
03/11/2011Have you read the gettingLingua Lambda
03/16/2011If you can come up with aLingua Lambda
03/03/2011I am quite amazed that thisJ language source to be released under GPLv3
02/25/2011I didn't have a chance toInfoQ video + transcript of Rob Pike on Go
02/26/2011DoneInfoQ video + transcript of Rob Pike on Go
02/26/2011I don't think this is asInfoQ video + transcript of Rob Pike on Go
02/27/2011Ada...InfoQ video + transcript of Rob Pike on Go
02/08/2011We don't usually post itemsVisual language for computer music based on Haskell
02/07/2011Scripting with TypesScripting with Types
02/07/2011Any comments? It seems toAgain with the distributed computing: Piccolo
01/18/2011Which is, of couse, what weQuines and my mad mind
01/13/20111. Re Ada: Don't forget thatEvaluation strategies: authoritative reference?
01/13/2011I am not sure I follow yourEvaluation strategies: authoritative reference?
01/14/2011I would put it like this: inEvaluation strategies: authoritative reference?
01/10/2011Scala Team Wins ERC GrantScala Team Wins ERC Grant
01/10/2011Which is definitely worthScala Team Wins ERC Grant
01/10/2011Two separate issuesScala Team Wins ERC Grant
01/11/2011While the ways in whichScala Team Wins ERC Grant
01/08/2011Linear types, anyone?Linear types, anyone?
01/08/2011Not everyone at once,Linear types, anyone?
01/12/2011phi(x) is a notation hereLinear types, anyone?
01/14/2011Just some quick notes. ILinear types, anyone?
01/18/2011[Admin]Prototyping a new language with Haskell
02/17/2011I must say I fail to seeIBM's Watson plays Jeopardy champion Ken Jennings in February
12/02/2010Haskell Researchers Announce Discovery of Industry Programmer Who Gives a ShitHaskell Researchers Announce Discovery of Industry Programmer Who Gives a Shit
12/03/2010ClarificationHaskell Researchers Announce Discovery of Industry Programmer Who Gives a Shit
11/27/2010The Triumph of Types: Principia Mathematica's Impact on Computer ScienceThe Triumph of Types: Principia Mathematica's Impact on Computer Science
11/27/2010Seven Languages in Seven WeeksSeven Languages in Seven Weeks
11/27/2010It does look that (notSeven Languages in Seven Weeks
11/28/2010But you see, that's theSeven Languages in Seven Weeks
11/28/2010The average LtU reader isSeven Languages in Seven Weeks
11/29/2010Seven Languages in Seven WeeksSeven Languages in Seven Weeks
11/30/2010Thanks for digging these up!Seven Languages in Seven Weeks
11/26/2010My 2 cents:Do you want aA book on Racket?
11/26/2010Insulting your audience? BadA book on Racket?
11/26/2010I was joking too, of course.A book on Racket?
11/26/2010Is this a question for me?A book on Racket?
11/15/2010A Preliminary Survey on Functional ProgrammingA Preliminary Survey on Functional Programming
11/16/2010Since I find it unlikelyA Preliminary Survey on Functional Programming
11/17/2010Thanks. Fixed.A Preliminary Survey on Functional Programming
11/15/2010Of course I didn't...SinceA Preliminary Survey on Functional Programming
11/15/2010Trolling? Moi? Never!A Preliminary Survey on Functional Programming
11/19/2010I was thinking about how oneA Preliminary Survey on Functional Programming
11/21/2010On some level I think weA Preliminary Survey on Functional Programming
11/10/2010How about programming anwhen does debugability break down?
11/10/2010Totally. I am just not surewhen does debugability break down?
11/04/2010That's interesting. Can youvisual programming of R: Red-R
11/04/2010Thanks. I was interested invisual programming of R: Red-R
10/11/2010[admin]what platform is LtU built on?
10/12/2010Note that this is aThe barrier to take-up of language innovation
10/12/2010These claims are exactly theThe barrier to take-up of language innovation
10/12/2010*My* claim was that clams ofThe barrier to take-up of language innovation
10/10/2010We've been following thisHaskell implementation in Javascript
10/04/2010A "Visionary" department isDesign Principles Behind Smalltalk
10/05/2010Your wish is my command.Fexprs as the basis of Lisp function application; or, $vau: the ultimate abstraction
09/29/2010Off-topic commentEff - Language of the Future
09/25/2010This is one of those thingsOmega - Language of the Future
09/21/2010This is off-topic for LtU.The Halting Problem on Turing Machines
09/17/2010RSS statsRSS stats
09/14/2010I don't think the policiesFortifying Macros
08/14/2010Miguel de Icaza on Java lawsuitMiguel de Icaza on Java lawsuit
08/14/2010There is hope yet!Miguel de Icaza on Java lawsuit
10/18/2010I guess that it is worthCompiler Design Q&A Site
10/19/2010For the record, some folksCompiler Design Q&A Site
08/06/2010Was this meant for thedoes your language need a memory model?
08/05/2010It was a missing quotationCFP: PEPM 2011
08/05/2010relatively accessibleWhat Sequential Games, the Tychonoff Theorem and the Double-Negation Shift have in Common
08/06/2010Thanks, these are nicer. IWhat Sequential Games, the Tychonoff Theorem and the Double-Negation Shift have in Common
08/06/2010Indeed. My comments areWhat Sequential Games, the Tychonoff Theorem and the Double-Negation Shift have in Common
08/01/2010I often find that I need toCan't search for C#, F#, etc.
07/30/2010Android languagesAndroid languages
07/29/2010Seems like this can make aBook: Pearls of Functional Algorithm Design
09/25/2010Thanks for the update. GoodBook: Pearls of Functional Algorithm Design
07/28/2010It's been ten years!It's been ten years!
07/29/2010Account numbers areIt's been ten years!
07/25/2010Nice! So are these papersHistory: CPL, the great-grandfather of C
07/25/2010It is interesting to seeHistory: CPL, the great-grandfather of C
07/24/2010Can we get back PLpaper: "Purely Functional Structured Programming"
07/17/2010Indeed OT.Is mathematics invention or discovery?
07/19/2010This thread is beginning toA proof engine for Eiffel
06/28/2010Evocative metaphorEvocative metaphor
06/28/2010The philosophical debateEvocative metaphor
06/30/2010This is indeed an early partEvocative metaphor
06/24/2010Intel Concurrent Collections for HaskellIntel Concurrent Collections for Haskell
06/24/2010OpenSCAD - The Programmers Solid 3D CAD ModellerOpenSCAD - The Programmers Solid 3D CAD Modeller
06/24/2010Apparently, this reflectsOpenSCAD - The Programmers Solid 3D CAD Modeller
06/19/2010I still think we need to dohappy rebirth day, LtU NG!
06/20/2010Barn raising, anyone?happy rebirth day, LtU NG!
06/08/2010Thank God for Clojure.Racket Released
06/08/2010I was not giving thanks forRacket Released
06/05/2010The Galois connection between syntax and semanticsThe Galois connection between syntax and semantics
06/05/2010berpberp
05/31/2010Scheme is really not theAlgebraic
06/04/2010I actually took the questionAlgebraic
06/07/2010Is this in any way relatedThe Resurgence of Parallelism
06/09/2010You are right. I apologize.The Resurgence of Parallelism
05/21/2010Programming CNC machines in HaskellProgramming CNC machines in Haskell
05/22/2010What I had in mind is muchProgramming CNC machines in Haskell
05/23/2010That should actually beProgramming CNC machines in Haskell
05/21/2010Let me use this opportunityThe Glasgow Haskell Compiler and LLVM
05/17/2010The War on SpamThe War on Spam
05/18/2010Some commentsThe War on Spam
11/06/2010Mark, I am sure Anton wasDesignerUnits
05/07/2010I am ready to five up my convictions...Spam filters
05/06/2010Code Quarterly - The Hackademic JournalCode Quarterly - The Hackademic Journal
05/09/2010Discussing business modelsCode Quarterly - The Hackademic Journal
05/09/2010Was reply was totallyCode Quarterly - The Hackademic Journal
05/04/2010Thanks for the edit. IGuppy: trying to make parsing simple, fun, and powerful
05/02/2010AI was discussed here manyIs there a site to discuss some issues on abstract interpretation?
04/26/2010They make sense to me. IThe Structure of Authority: Why security is not a separable concern
04/23/2010In the wildIn the wild
04/23/2010I didn't ask them to give aIn the wild
04/26/2010Good points. Me? I am notIn the wild
04/23/2010not really... by the timeIn the wild
04/24/2010Big issues, to be sure. MyIn the wild
04/26/2010Wow.Seeking thoughtful criticisms of functional programming and languages
04/22/2010I am having a hard timeSEC interested in formalising contracts ... in Python
04/22/2010Nice.SEC interested in formalising contracts ... in Python
04/26/2010Discussion of these topicsSEC interested in formalising contracts ... in Python
04/20/2010It seems that like theSEC interested in formalising contracts ... in Python
04/23/2010Per your suggestion, ISEC interested in formalising contracts ... in Python
04/26/2010Conspiracy theoriesSEC interested in formalising contracts ... in Python
04/28/2010Implementation vs. languageSEC interested in formalising contracts ... in Python
04/28/2010Sure. It just seems betterSEC interested in formalising contracts ... in Python
04/16/2010Brians functional brainBrians functional brain
04/16/2010It will make a nice exerciseHow can C Programs be so Reliable?
04/16/2010I guess logic demands thatHow can C Programs be so Reliable?
04/16/2010Since in my experience theseHow can C Programs be so Reliable?
04/16/2010Is the percentage ofHow can C Programs be so Reliable?
04/16/2010Ha ha. The question wasHow can C Programs be so Reliable?
04/16/2010I guess you must.How can C Programs be so Reliable?
04/16/2010If only "if" behaved thisHow can C Programs be so Reliable?
04/13/2010Are you sure you are notbroken - iPhone PL lockdown
04/13/2010No worries.broken - iPhone PL lockdown
04/12/2010TechnomasochismTechnomasochism
04/09/2010What?!iPhone PL lockdown
04/09/2010I guess one (interesting)iPhone PL lockdown
04/09/2010The business angle, andiPhone PL lockdown
04/09/2010Not really, as I am notiPhone PL lockdown
04/10/2010Quite. That was one of theiPhone PL lockdown
04/10/2010A Gambit Scheme perspective.iPhone PL lockdown
04/10/2010And another perspective.iPhone PL lockdown
04/10/2010[Admin]iPhone PL lockdown
04/11/2010Language MythsiPhone PL lockdown
04/11/2010So there's at least one areaiPhone PL lockdown
10/28/2011I never realized we finallyiPhone PL lockdown
10/28/2011You realize I was beingiPhone PL lockdown
04/04/2010I am not entirely sure I seeA Formal System For Euclid's Elements
04/02/2010Personally, I'd prefer thisGo's proposed panic/recover exception-like mechanism
03/29/2010I thought the point wasFantom language discussion ; what are your thoughts ?
03/25/2010A good day to read FranAda Lovelace Day
03/24/2010This is a good idea. WejsMath support?
03/24/2010Clojure's Mini-languagesClojure's Mini-languages
03/27/2010:-)Clojure's Mini-languages
03/24/2010Free logic booksFree logic books
03/22/2010All true and importantFirst-class environments. Discuss. ;)
03/14/2010Generic adviceType system design choices
03/14/2010EOPL is an introductoryType system design choices
03/01/2010Discussed to deathAdvantages of Purity
03/01/2010How, in a programminglarge-scale programming systems inspired by ecological and market systems
03/16/2010And ignorance of BLISS is?a "thank you" to You
02/25/2010I was sure your plan was toCan a Biologist Fix a Radio?
02/25/2010Thanks. This looks fun.Can a Biologist Fix a Radio?
02/25/2010Ah? I guess you mean youCan a Biologist Fix a Radio?
02/26/2010Ok, good. I'd have beenCan a Biologist Fix a Radio?
02/25/2010Software engineering alwaysCan a Biologist Fix a Radio?
02/26/2010I've been known to argueCan a Biologist Fix a Radio?
02/26/2010Of course the plan was toCan a Biologist Fix a Radio?
02/26/2010What is a "softwareCan a Biologist Fix a Radio?
02/21/2010I only had a quick look, butTesting release of a platform for hosting pure functional web applications
02/18/2010Not a LtU search?!Small PL Thought Experiment
02/18/2010has a wide range ofA Lambda Calculus for Real Analysis
02/16/2010Joe-E: A Security-Oriented Subset of JavaJoe-E: A Security-Oriented Subset of Java
02/16/2010Historical questionHistorical question
02/17/2010Thanks for all theHistorical question
02/15/2010Analog computingAnalog computing
02/15/2010Just the sort of componentsAnalog computing
02/15/2010[Admin]Call for Papers - SLE񟭊
02/14/2010Andrew, I think you areA few billion lines of code later: using static analysis to find bugs in the real world
02/22/20102 centsA few billion lines of code later: using static analysis to find bugs in the real world
02/22/2010Just use Ada.A few billion lines of code later: using static analysis to find bugs in the real world
02/14/2010I wonder what bus that was...A few billion lines of code later: using static analysis to find bugs in the real world
02/15/2010Tools should deliver anA few billion lines of code later: using static analysis to find bugs in the real world
02/15/2010In what context are youConstraint Programming Local Search and Numerical Optimization
02/16/2010Thanks. The paper indeedConstraint Programming Local Search and Numerical Optimization
02/12/2010Computational Semantics with Functional ProgrammingComputational Semantics with Functional Programming
02/05/2010I always found that to beAlternatives to parentheses for grouping
02/04/2010Cool!Continuity Analysis of Programs
02/04/2010Mutation testingContinuity Analysis of Programs
01/27/2010Departments not tagsTwo new tags
01/22/2010Clojure 1.1 and BeyondClojure 1.1 and Beyond
01/21/2010Clicking on the user namesee history of things i started (vs. commented on)?
01/20/2010I don't think we are goingindentation yet again?
01/20/2010Most discussion at a deepindentation yet again?
12/31/2009The year in review, and What's to comeThe year in review, and What's to come
01/01/2010Nice. Of course, we want aThe year in review, and What's to come
01/01/2010Breaking into empty housesThe year in review, and What's to come
01/01/2010That's a legitimateThe year in review, and What's to come
12/24/2009Holiday Fun: How Programming Language Fanboys See Each Others' LanguagesHoliday Fun: How Programming Language Fanboys See Each Others' Languages
12/27/2009In which case the ChineseHoliday Fun: How Programming Language Fanboys See Each Others' Languages
12/26/2009I knew this will turn into aHoliday Fun: How Programming Language Fanboys See Each Others' Languages
12/24/2009Remarkably, the links postedHoliday Fun: How Programming Language Fanboys See Each Others' Languages
12/22/2009All good points. I secondUnfulfilled Promises of Software Technologies? (!)
12/22/2009Please let's try to keepUnfulfilled Promises of Software Technologies? (!)
12/18/2009Oh well... I went ahead andChunked sequences: Lookahead laziness
12/17/2009R was discussed here severalBack to the Future: Lisp as a Base for a Statistical Computing System
12/18/2009That's how this thread gotBack to the Future: Lisp as a Base for a Statistical Computing System
12/15/2009Didn't Knuth do somethingClaiming Infinity
12/12/2009Replacing Mathematica withThe Development of Sage
12/14/2009"incorporating packages"The Development of Sage
12/15/2009It can be both a feature andThe Development of Sage
12/12/2009Of course the best option isThe Development of Sage
12/12/2009Wow! This sounds veryThe Development of Sage
12/17/2009I guess that paper deservesThe Development of Sage
12/12/2009"Scientific computing"The Development of Sage
12/12/2009For the record, I think thatThe Development of Sage
12/13/2009My next encounter withThe Development of Sage
12/13/2009The Development of SageThe Development of Sage
12/22/2009The Development of SageThe Development of Sage
12/06/2009Is some kind of elaborateIs Small Still Beautiful?
12/06/2009My apologies, then. MyIs Small Still Beautiful?
12/06/2009I think Ocaml should also beIs Small Still Beautiful?
12/03/2009So apparently they don'tWhy Object-Oriented Languages Need Tail Calls
12/03/2009Quite. But my feeling isWhy Object-Oriented Languages Need Tail Calls
12/04/2009I can accept this. I don'tWhy Object-Oriented Languages Need Tail Calls
12/04/2009That's what I figured...Why Object-Oriented Languages Need Tail Calls
12/04/2009(more here)Why Object-Oriented Languages Need Tail Calls
12/02/2009Eleven Theses on ClojureEleven Theses on Clojure
12/02/2009In Language Design, there isEleven Theses on Clojure
12/03/2009I have a feeling that tryingEleven Theses on Clojure
12/04/2009In general, who can objectEleven Theses on Clojure
12/04/2009Actually I find this threadEleven Theses on Clojure
12/02/2009Tongue in cheekTop rated programming conferences?
11/29/2009Two Bits: The Cultural Significance of Free SoftwareTwo Bits: The Cultural Significance of Free Software
11/30/2009A tasteTwo Bits: The Cultural Significance of Free Software
11/30/2009Holy warsTwo Bits: The Cultural Significance of Free Software
11/30/2009Good point. Done.Two Bits: The Cultural Significance of Free Software
12/01/2009Another baitTwo Bits: The Cultural Significance of Free Software
11/20/2009Not really research papers,Module Initialization and Ordering - Another Module Question
11/17/2009All the true objections notI Seek a Reasonable Survey on the Concept of "Module System"
11/16/2009Aren't T diagrams describedSeeking nearly anything re: so called language "bootstrapping" process
11/11/2009So what's the deal aboutGo or Unladen Swallow?
11/11/2009I thought about posting thisGo or Unladen Swallow?
11/11/2009The usual question is "whyGo or Unladen Swallow?
11/11/2009Of course. "Why anotherGo or Unladen Swallow?
11/11/2009Isn't really getting thatGo or Unladen Swallow?
11/11/2009Thanks for digging up theseGo or Unladen Swallow?
11/11/2009Right, that's a much moreGo or Unladen Swallow?
11/24/2009I didn't take the originalGo or Unladen Swallow?
11/26/2009Unless this discussion canGo or Unladen Swallow?
11/14/2009GNAT.Go or Unladen Swallow?
11/22/2009"rocket surgery". Nice ;-)Go or Unladen Swallow?
11/16/2009Quite. But unless we knowGo or Unladen Swallow?
02/07/2011Well, that's a fairlyGo or Unladen Swallow?
11/06/2009And why all softwareState of the art C compiler optimization tricks
11/05/2009Thanks!! I have only watchedThe Origins of APL
11/05/2009Strange location to hostThe Origins of APL
11/05/2009Not so funny... We love APL!The Origins of APL
11/08/2009Just a quick reminder: TheHaskell Type Constraints Unleashed
11/02/2009Well... I used to ask myOn Understanding Data Abstraction, Revisited
11/03/2009I didn't take the claimOn Understanding Data Abstraction, Revisited
11/03/2009smarter programmers are aOn Understanding Data Abstraction, Revisited
10/30/2009Liskov's list of papersLiskov's list of papers
11/01/2009Thanks. Locating the LtULiskov's list of papers
10/29/2009Tim Bray on Clojure and ErlangTim Bray on Clojure and Erlang
10/29/2009Literate Haskell is notLiterate Programming: Retrospect and Prospects
10/30/2009For some reason I amLiterate Programming: Retrospect and Prospects
10/25/2009...as a quick search throughDesign Patterns 15 Years Later: An Interview with Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, and Ralph Johnson
10/26/2009That's the easy way out...Design Patterns 15 Years Later: An Interview with Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, and Ralph Johnson
10/22/2009[Admin]Indexing Model ....
10/11/2009Seems kinda like the ideaSequenceL - declarative computation on nonscalars
10/06/2009Thanks, Dominic. As you canICFP 2009 videos
10/04/2009Great post, Neel. Thanks.A Type-theoretic Foundation for Programming with Higher-order Abstract Syntax and First-class Substitutions
10/23/2009A LtU-wiki is high on ourA Type-theoretic Foundation for Programming with Higher-order Abstract Syntax and First-class Substitutions
09/26/2009Good questionsWhy Pseudo-Code?
09/27/2009Indeed, and opium causesWhy Pseudo-Code?
09/28/2009Fair enough. (Assuming thatWhy Pseudo-Code?
09/28/2009Well, there are some doubtsWhy Pseudo-Code?
09/28/2009Yep, the private languageWhy Pseudo-Code?
09/28/2009Thanks! I rememberedWhy Pseudo-Code?
09/16/2009Thanks for the heads up. IQuotation suggestion doesn't work
09/16/2009Well, the real solution isQuotation suggestion doesn't work
09/15/2009Coders at WorkCoders at Work
09/13/2009Yes, thinking of letcc andBackground of call/cc
09/13/2009I was hoping that theBackground of call/cc
09/10/2009L+C Modeling LanguageL+C Modeling Language
09/06/2009DSL goodnessDSL goodness
09/07/2009PanelDSL goodness
09/25/2009As if G Code isn't enough...DSL goodness
09/04/2009Just to clarify: PFDS wasProving running times of algorithms
09/03/2009Parallel Performance Tuning for HaskellParallel Performance Tuning for Haskell
10/06/2009Many here have opinions onParallel Performance Tuning for Haskell
08/21/2009Hey, I wasted hours readingFunction Interface Models for Hardware Compilation
08/20/2009Thanks. This is a veryThe linear bestiary of François Pottier
08/18/2009How about joining thebest superset language...
08/18/2009Jobssomething strange happened after implementing a first interpreter
08/19/2009And look where it got Sun...something strange happened after implementing a first interpreter
08/18/2009In-house languages and DSLssomething strange happened after implementing a first interpreter
08/19/2009There is another reason forfunctions vs procedures..
08/19/2009Ohad, is right, of course.functions vs procedures..
08/20/2009Not really. It leads to thefunctions vs procedures..
08/20/2009I recommend Pottier (2007)'sfunctions vs procedures..
08/18/2009This distinction, of course,functions vs procedures..
08/18/2009As was explained above, Adafunctions vs procedures..
08/18/2009We discussed this issuefunctions vs procedures..
08/27/2009Somewhere in this discussionCategories, the homemade object system
08/28/2009Module is good. But I didn'tCategories, the homemade object system
08/14/2009Lifted inference: normalizing loops by evaluationLifted inference: normalizing loops by evaluation
08/11/2009Ha?Ha?
08/10/2009Done.Hoopl: Dataflow Optimization Made Simple
08/11/2009I am fond of Dan Friedman'sSeeking examples of programming language knowledge has helped students, companies, etc.
08/11/2009While it is not about theSeeking examples of programming language knowledge has helped students, companies, etc.
08/12/2009It's somewhat impolite toSeeking examples of programming language knowledge has helped students, companies, etc.
08/12/2009I assume it goes withoutSeeking examples of programming language knowledge has helped students, companies, etc.
07/29/2009Green: A System for Supporting Energy-Conscious Programming using Principled ApproximationGreen: A System for Supporting Energy-Conscious Programming using Principled Approximation
07/28/2009Semanitcs in the real world?Semanitcs in the real world?
07/29/2009ImportanceDefinition of Functional Programming Language
07/29/2009I don't think the term FPLDefinition of Functional Programming Language
07/28/2009I think the Da Vinci MachineNew JDK 7 Feature: Support for Dynamically Typed Languages in the JVM
08/01/2009Now why LtU favorites ofEvaluation and Usability of Programming Languages and Tools (PLATEAU)
08/04/2009The mechanics are simple:Evaluation and Usability of Programming Languages and Tools (PLATEAU)
07/28/2009LtU turns 9: The year of the lurkersLtU turns 9: The year of the lurkers
07/28/2009Thanks.LtU turns 9: The year of the lurkers
07/28/2009(Reading year 1 alwaysLtU turns 9: The year of the lurkers
07/28/2009Thanks. My own feeling isLtU turns 9: The year of the lurkers
07/30/2009FWIW, here is how I seeLtU turns 9: The year of the lurkers
08/01/2009I stand corrected. While ILtU turns 9: The year of the lurkers
07/24/2009I was sure the secondResolved Debates in Syntax Design ?
07/20/2009Of historical interest.Concepts Get Voted Off The C++0x Island
07/25/2009More.Concepts Get Voted Off The C++0x Island
07/19/2009I don't think Dave's pointUnladen Swallow: LLVM based Python compiler
07/10/2009Announcing the new Haskell Prime process, and Haskell 2010Announcing the new Haskell Prime process, and Haskell 2010
07/10/2009Good one...Phosphorous, The Popular Lisp
07/10/2009I agree that this is at theRepRap: the self-replicating machine
07/10/2009Nice points... But the realRepRap: the self-replicating machine
07/10/2009So you have both artificialRepRap: the self-replicating machine
07/18/2009Bruce SterlingRepRap: the self-replicating machine
07/10/2009The general point is thatOpen Source for Hardware?
07/10/2009So is this available forOh no! Animated Alligators!
07/10/2009Well, I guess kids shouldOh no! Animated Alligators!
07/04/2009Clue: 3339....Help, this is driving me mad!
07/04/2009A quiz about programmingHelp, this is driving me mad!
07/05/2009Oops, sorry about that. IHelp, this is driving me mad!
07/05/2009Yep, the link is somethingHelp, this is driving me mad!
07/02/2009Which was discussed here aA Possible Future of Software Development
07/03/2009Someone should check whatA Possible Future of Software Development
07/09/2009Thanks! Much appreciated.A Possible Future of Software Development
06/19/2009Done.Peter Van Roy: Programming Paradigms for Dummies
06/23/2009The link to the tutorial isPerlis Languages
06/19/2009APL?Perlis Languages
06/18/2009Mental animation: Inferring motion from static diagrams of mechanical systems.Mental animation: Inferring motion from static diagrams of mechanical systems.
06/17/2009Why a diagram is (sometimes) worth ten thousand wordsWhy a diagram is (sometimes) worth ten thousand words
06/18/2009To clarify: I did not meanWhy a diagram is (sometimes) worth ten thousand words
06/18/2009:-)In fact I think it isWhy a diagram is (sometimes) worth ten thousand words
06/17/2009Fixed. Thanks.Pregel - Large Scale Graph Computing at Google
06/15/2009Biological computation (personal message, non PL-related)Biological computation (personal message, non PL-related)
06/15/2009Does the answer not dependHow important is it to have catchalls and interceptors in a programming language
06/15/2009I don't think there is needUsability and Human Factors tags
06/18/2009Historical/Conceptual perspectiveSemantics: Logic vs. PL
06/10/2009Job trendsJob trends
06/15/2009CommunityJob trends
06/15/20091. Sure.2. There are noJob trends
06/10/2009Probabilistic languages wereBridging the informal and the formal
06/04/2009In the LtU archive.Peter Landin
06/06/2009MemorialPeter Landin
09/23/2009I second this request.Peter Landin
06/02/2009Goolgle & IDEsGoolgle & IDEs
06/02/2009There are various things.Goolgle & IDEs
06/04/2009Another reason why this isGoolgle & IDEs
06/05/2009Quite right.Goolgle & IDEs
06/01/2009What specifically is wrong,Computing Needs Time
06/01/2009I was thinking of thingsComputing Needs Time
06/02/2009If we took this seriously,Computing Needs Time
05/31/2009Going functional on exotic tradesGoing functional on exotic trades
05/31/2009Note, by the way, that ifGoing functional on exotic trades
05/31/2009You are right, of course.Going functional on exotic trades
05/31/2009Are you thinking of XBRL?Going functional on exotic trades
06/01/2009Yes, this sounds more likley.Going functional on exotic trades
06/01/2009I was baiting you with theGoing functional on exotic trades
05/29/2009That old bug...That old bug...
05/29/2009Good point. I should haveThat old bug...
05/28/2009Questions Five WaysQuestions Five Ways
05/29/2009I wonder... Is it the worldQuestions Five Ways
05/29/2009That's a very good point.Questions Five Ways
05/30/2009So here's a question: WhatQuestions Five Ways
05/30/2009Referential transparency?Questions Five Ways
05/31/2009r.t =/= pureQuestions Five Ways
05/31/2009Of course. One reason thisQuestions Five Ways
05/28/2009Kinda feels like that fromForth Dimensions
05/28/2009Personally, I am mostlyForth Dimensions
05/22/2009Good point. This clearlyTracker + spill page = fail
05/29/2009We should keep this in mindTracker + spill page = fail
05/15/2009How about an "I'm feelingRandom Topics
05/15/2009Perhaps easier is to give aRandom Topics
05/11/2009I don't see how this isWolframAlpha
05/11/2009Is there any concreteWolframAlpha
05/13/2009My issue is that there is noWolframAlpha
05/20/2009Thanks, Chris. That's wasWolframAlpha
05/21/2009queryWolframAlpha
05/21/2009Right, that's what I meant.WolframAlpha
05/21/2009Thanks, good to know (thoughWolframAlpha
05/21/2009I deleted marco's duplicateWolframAlpha
05/15/2009These are smart people, so IWhy Did M.I.T. Switch from Scheme to Python?
05/12/2009AbstractionWhy Did M.I.T. Switch from Scheme to Python?
05/13/2009My point was, of course,Why Did M.I.T. Switch from Scheme to Python?
05/28/2009So long as we all realizeWhy Did M.I.T. Switch from Scheme to Python?
05/29/2009That's the point: They areWhy Did M.I.T. Switch from Scheme to Python?
04/10/2010Hopefully, no one will holdA Brief, Incomplete ... History of Programming Languages
06/17/2010Hebrew versionA Brief, Incomplete ... History of Programming Languages
12/16/2010I also felt it was a bitOracle, Sun, and Fortress
12/13/2010Spam?Oracle, Sun, and Fortress
12/13/2010I of course meant spam inOracle, Sun, and Fortress
12/13/2010OK then.Oracle, Sun, and Fortress
05/05/2009Right on!Right on!
05/06/2009Sounds like a fun projectRight on!
05/06/2009RegressRight on!
05/07/2009So it is not aboutRight on!
05/06/2009Sounds on topic to me...Right on!
05/07/2009You should read Whitehead...Right on!
05/07/2009His Nature and Life is shortRight on!
05/07/2009My favorite example isRight on!
05/07/2009Hey! It's because it isRight on!
05/07/2009Not a lot of people... butRight on!
05/07/2009Interesting hypothesis. CareRight on!
05/07/2009I didn't mean theRight on!
05/04/2009Any tips (Logo)?Any tips (Logo)?
05/04/2009Sounds like exactly what IAny tips (Logo)?
05/04/2009I now have what appears toAny tips (Logo)?
05/04/2009Thanks, that does the trick!Any tips (Logo)?
05/04/2009Not that I managed to use itAny tips (Logo)?
05/05/2009Thanks. I used UCB for now.Any tips (Logo)?
05/05/2009We try not to pose hurdlesdealing with spam?
05/05/2009Akismet seems to cost money,dealing with spam?
05/05/2009It all depends on the degreeStatic typing may require runtime type checking?
05/01/2009The Salishan problemsLooking for list of programming problems to thoroughly test a language
05/01/2009Reviews, anyone?Conversations with the Creators of Major Programming Languages
05/02/2009Any revelations, for someoneConversations with the Creators of Major Programming Languages
05/02/2009Are you just thinking aboutWhat is the best literate programming tool/environment/research work?
05/03/2009You certainly do want bothWhat is the best literate programming tool/environment/research work?
04/24/2009How about becoming aIntentional tool released
04/25/2009No pressure.Intentional tool released
04/29/2009See LtU discussion here.Intentional tool released
04/23/2009new list about PL designnew list about PL design
04/18/2009Karl Prosser, Building DSLs2009 Lang.NET
04/18/2009See LtU posts #1 and #2.How to ensure safety when millions of users inject scripts into a running system?
04/14/2009Scala Lift Off 2009Scala Lift Off 2009
04/15/2009In a nutshell...Scala Lift Off 2009
04/16/2009Anton is of course rightScala Lift Off 2009
04/16/2009What LtU is really dependsScala Lift Off 2009
04/11/2009For some inexplicable reasonADD 50 TO COBOL GIVING COBOL
04/11/2009COBOL is sooo unintuitiveADD 50 TO COBOL GIVING COBOL
04/12/2009RPG is even more intuitiveADD 50 TO COBOL GIVING COBOL
04/12/2009This is like something outADD 50 TO COBOL GIVING COBOL
04/12/2009One of the axioms of theADD 50 TO COBOL GIVING COBOL
04/14/2009Paradigmatic programsADD 50 TO COBOL GIVING COBOL
04/09/2009SecondedWhy are objects so unintuitive?
04/14/2009To return to the topic ofWhy are objects so unintuitive?
04/09/2009Somehow I find very funnyWhy are objects so unintuitive?
04/15/2009One word: Sketchpad.Why are objects so unintuitive?
04/07/2009Detecting Data Race and Atomicity Violation via Typestate-Guided Static AnalysisDetecting Data Race and Atomicity Violation via Typestate-Guided Static Analysis
04/04/2009Yep. Scala has been on ourTwitter and Scala
04/02/2009Thank God it was yesterday.A Computer-Generated Proof that P=NP
04/01/2009LtU: Forum not blogLtU: Forum not blog
04/01/2009Good point. FollowingLtU: Forum not blog
04/03/2009What a pleasant & unexpectedLtU: Forum not blog
04/03/2009To all those who are stillLtU: Forum not blog
04/03/2009You might very well thinkLtU: Forum not blog
04/01/2009A historical announcement toAnnouncing the Haskot
04/01/2009Nuff said.Announcing the Haskot
03/29/2009I am glad to see RalphOnward!
03/29/2009So how about it?Onward!
03/30/2009Sounds like a winner to me...Onward!
03/30/2009You mean so as not toOnward!
03/24/2009The Art of the PropagatorThe Art of the Propagator
03/25/2009Given the authors I thinkThe Art of the Propagator
03/22/2009Site problemsSite problems
03/17/2009Object Oriented Concepts surveyObject Oriented Concepts survey
04/07/2009Algorithms are not made toAdvantages of pointfree?
03/13/2009I had a similar idea toA Tiny Computer
06/06/2009What I had in mind is thingsA Tiny Computer
03/13/2009A somewhat related book.A Tiny Computer
03/12/2009Barbara Liskov Wins Turing AwardBarbara Liskov Wins Turing Award
03/10/2009(Surprised we don't have aC++ Futures
02/11/2009Admin notesAdmin notes
02/05/2009TAPL has a nice discussionOpen Recursion
02/04/2009[Admin]How best to add a record type to my typed Scheme variant?
02/04/2009A detailed discussion, asTagged Arithmetic Optimization
01/31/2009[Admin]I'm from china and I'm working on a new programming language "Zero"
01/28/2009PL Grand ChallengesPL Grand Challenges
01/29/2009A discussion of "what schemePL Grand Challenges
02/07/2009Civility, please.PL Grand Challenges
01/29/2009You do realize that there isPL Grand Challenges
01/23/2009I have no opinion about thisDetailed discussion forum and/or IRC channel?
01/28/2009A couple of pointsDetailed discussion forum and/or IRC channel?
01/21/2009AdaTony Hoare / Historically Bad Ideas: "Null References: The Billion Dollar Mistake"
01/24/2009Interesting comment fromTony Hoare / Historically Bad Ideas: "Null References: The Billion Dollar Mistake"
01/21/2009Admin noteNested functions - how many nesting levels are really needed?
01/21/2009Using Promises to Orchestrate Web InteractionsUsing Promises to Orchestrate Web Interactions
01/21/2009Elephant 2000: A Programming Language for the year 2015 Based on Speech ActsElephant 2000: A Programming Language for the year 2015 Based on Speech Acts
01/24/2009I don't think stigmergyElephant 2000: A Programming Language for the year 2015 Based on Speech Acts
01/20/2009ZigguratZiggurat
01/17/2009Path Feasibility Analysis for String-Manipulating ProgramsPath Feasibility Analysis for String-Manipulating Programs
01/18/2009This paper was of coursePath Feasibility Analysis for String-Manipulating Programs
01/17/2009Relevant reading.CWE/SANS TOP 25 Most Dangerous Programming Errors
01/12/2009Zune & Static AnalysisZune & Static Analysis
01/10/2009Verifying Compiler Transformations for Concurrent ProgramsVerifying Compiler Transformations for Concurrent Programs
01/10/2009It seems to me the currentJob board on LtU?
01/06/2009Various other projects thatJMatch (abstract iterable pattern matching for Java) and the Polyglot Compiler Framework
12/28/2008The subject is ok, if ILearning Pragmatics of Implementing a "Modern" Type Systems
12/28/2008Great topic! I eagerly (!)2008 In Review - What Happened with Programming Languages?
12/28/2008Java going down?2008 In Review - What Happened with Programming Languages?
01/01/2009Astrology2008 In Review - What Happened with Programming Languages?
12/24/2008We discussed pattern forPrinciples or patterns in FP
12/22/2008This question is not aDefining a containing function on polymorphic list
12/11/2008The Genuine Sieve of EratosthenesThe Genuine Sieve of Eratosthenes
12/13/2008(1) whether these are theThe Genuine Sieve of Eratosthenes
12/11/2008Perhaps the Little booksLight(er) Reading Suggestions?
12/11/2008Programming Pearls are alsoLight(er) Reading Suggestions?
12/11/2008The Fun of Programming mayLight(er) Reading Suggestions?
12/11/2008[Admin]Is it ok...
12/11/2008Agreed. I posts are relevantIs it ok...
12/10/2008Also, I don't believe thisHow to load/interpret STATIC libraries at runtime.
12/11/2008Yes, really.How to load/interpret STATIC libraries at runtime.
12/11/2008[Admin]How to load/interpret STATIC libraries at runtime.
12/12/2008As most regular members knowHow to load/interpret STATIC libraries at runtime.
12/10/2008The programming languages behind "the mother of all demos"The programming languages behind "the mother of all demos"
12/10/2008ChallengeThe programming languages behind "the mother of all demos"
12/03/2008The RiSE research areas mostThe RiSE of Research in Software Engineering
12/02/2008[Admin]FP Jobs
12/05/2008I have no idea, but LtU isFP Jobs
12/02/2008[Admin]Microsoft MVP ...
12/01/2008Staging with Delimited ControlStaging with Delimited Control
12/01/2008From the implementationRemembering everything - a new(?) idea for a new PL
11/27/2008After Beta comes gbeta.HOPL III: The When, Why and Why Not of the BETA Programming Language
11/24/2008Yes, this should be madeyet another oop formalization: class as abstract automata
11/21/2008Come to think of it ourGuy Steele & Richard Gabriel: 50 in 50
11/22/2008Yes, it is rather weird.Guy Steele & Richard Gabriel: 50 in 50
11/26/2008So the last box is destinedGuy Steele & Richard Gabriel: 50 in 50
11/20/2008I agree that this is not aCurrent "hot" topics in parallel programming?
11/17/2008SEP entry on Combinatory LogicSEP entry on Combinatory Logic
11/15/2008I agree. We need moreMicrosoft PDC "Language" Talks
11/15/2008Here's a short screencastMicrosoft PDC "Language" Talks
11/17/2008Yes, Ada allows a variety ofMicrosoft PDC "Language" Talks
11/09/2008[Admin]Labyrinth:how to find the exit?
11/08/2008I too don't see theBurst Tries paper
11/08/2008Ada has to be mentioned, IQuestion concerning parameterization over literals
11/06/2008A link to PLAI can be foundA tutorial on implemeting type inference?
11/05/2008I fear I don't see why it isNew Programming Language Idea
11/05/2008This is idea is far fromNew Programming Language Idea
11/05/2008Like I said, all this wasNew Programming Language Idea
10/29/2008Automated Code Review Tools for SecurityAutomated Code Review Tools for Security
11/01/2008I was wondering about that.Automated Code Review Tools for Security
10/19/2008A bit of SchemingA bit of Scheming
10/20/2008Quite a few of Wadler'sA bit of Scheming
10/18/2008Programmer book clubProgrammer book club
10/17/2008Two storiesTwo stories
10/14/2008We can be better.On the (perceived) equivalence of static and dynamically typed reflective programming languages
10/09/2008This is an amusing question.DSL or dialects used inside compilers
10/10/2008I meant amusing as inDSL or dialects used inside compilers
12/11/2009The papers page (see leftInspiring Papers
10/01/2008Is this homework by anyVisual Programming Language Syntax Formalisms
10/01/2008Visual Programming Language Syntax FormalismsVisual Programming Language Syntax Formalisms
09/30/2008Microsoft OsloMicrosoft Oslo
10/28/2008This looks promising...Microsoft Oslo
11/08/2008Thanks! How about posting aMicrosoft Oslo
09/27/2008JVM Language Summit reportJVM Language Summit report
09/20/2008Information regarding financial crisisInformation regarding financial crisis
09/21/2008so probably the mostInformation regarding financial crisis
02/12/2010I'll close of new comments.Information regarding financial crisis
09/19/2008I don't recall seeing thisSlug Cola - Losing Big Is Easy
09/18/2008General admin notesGeneral admin notes
09/17/2008Verifiable Functional Purity in JavaVerifiable Functional Purity in Java
09/11/2008Irresistible programsIrresistible programs
09/12/2008The quote I like is “ManyIrresistible programs
09/12/2008When it comes to Prolog andIrresistible programs
09/12/2008Come to think of it: theIrresistible programs
09/12/2008True.Irresistible programs
09/12/2008True and true.Irresistible programs
09/13/2008Difference lists are a veryIrresistible programs
09/13/2008While append in prolog isIrresistible programs
09/12/2008Great suggestions!So hereIrresistible programs
09/12/2008I thought of quines. Heck, IIrresistible programs
09/12/2008The implementation ofIrresistible programs
09/14/2008Assembly is a good place toIrresistible programs
09/14/2008I thought about Icon, butIrresistible programs
09/16/2008I totally forgot about this.Irresistible programs
12/02/2008Original JIrresistible programs
09/07/2008Phil Windley's DSL adventuresPhil Windley's DSL adventures
09/07/2008A useful tipPhil Windley's DSL adventures
09/04/2008Great topic!Stock exchanges: language design aspect
09/04/2008For a minute there I thoughtCommunicating Scala Objects
09/01/2008Google chromeGoogle chrome
09/02/2008Actually, they are smartGoogle chrome
09/03/2008I also recommend searchingGoogle chrome
09/13/2008[Admin]Closures for C
09/01/2008Formal languages andWhat makes backreferences impossible in a DFA regular expressions evaluator?
08/30/2008From the archives.Relational Parametricity and Units of Measure
08/31/2008I didn't mean it was theRelational Parametricity and Units of Measure
08/28/2008Nothing like the verbosityIs COBOL really understandable after 14 years.
08/30/2008Given my mainframeIs COBOL really understandable after 14 years.
08/27/2008From Writing and Analysis to the Repository: Taking the Scholars' Perspective on Scholarly ArchivingFrom Writing and Analysis to the Repository: Taking the Scholars' Perspective on Scholarly Archiving
08/28/2008No Matlab?!From Writing and Analysis to the Repository: Taking the Scholars' Perspective on Scholarly Archiving
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08/27/2008Time to become aTowards Hard Real-Time Erlang
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08/26/2008You are dead on, as far asHaskell for AI?
08/24/2008Do you mean versioning?Languages ready for API Evolution
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08/26/2008Draconian enough?Languages ready for API Evolution
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08/25/2008BookLanguages ready for API Evolution
08/22/2008I agree. The OP is welcometype derivation for 'map map', yelp
08/22/2008I am pretty sure I linkedAda, C, C++, and Java vs. The Steelman
08/22/2008DSELsHow to do E/DSLs successfully?
08/26/2008Have you checked the LtUHow to do E/DSLs successfully?
08/21/2008That's of course why peopleError Messages in Dynamically Typed Languages
08/20/2008Open accessIn Praise of Scripting: Real Programming Pragmatism
08/20/2008Thanks. Sorry for missingIn Praise of Scripting: Real Programming Pragmatism
08/21/2008ResearchIn Praise of Scripting: Real Programming Pragmatism
08/21/2008It is definitelyIn Praise of Scripting: Real Programming Pragmatism
08/21/2008From the archiveIn Praise of Scripting: Real Programming Pragmatism
08/25/2008Thanks for helping maintainIn Praise of Scripting: Real Programming Pragmatism
08/17/2008Mozilla "Ubiquity"Mozilla "Ubiquity"
08/17/2008Somewhat relatedMozilla "Ubiquity"
08/17/2008I don't understand what isMozilla "Ubiquity"
08/31/2008This post provides usefulMozilla "Ubiquity"
08/17/2008To get started, use a parseroutput language for new statically typed language?
08/19/2008Things like tail recursionoutput language for new statically typed language?
08/14/2008So basically the idea is toJavaScript harmony
08/16/2008I was merely echoing youJavaScript harmony
08/16/2008solve the "module" problemJavaScript harmony
08/12/2008Have you seen this?Text Processing by Functional Language?
08/09/2008literals vs. namedUsefullness of constants
08/09/2008You are right that constantsUsefullness of constants
08/10/2008I thought this is what youUsefullness of constants
08/10/2008Quite right, of course. ButUsefullness of constants
08/08/2008ESSLLI 2008ESSLLI 2008
08/09/2008Lazy functional languagesBalancing the tension of dev vs. debug?
08/08/2008Differentiating regionsDifferentiating regions
08/07/2008Patrick Logan on patternsPatrick Logan on patterns
08/10/2008[Admin]Patrick Logan on patterns
08/11/2008Subject-oriented programmingPatrick Logan on patterns
08/06/2008Lightweight Monadic RegionsLightweight Monadic Regions
08/06/2008I thought the category wasMondrian is going to the museum
08/05/2008That's the same documentJOVIAL: Stand up Schwartz
08/02/2008Plus ca changeJOVIAL: Stand up Schwartz
08/02/2008Probably because theJOVIAL: Stand up Schwartz
08/02/2008There are big debates onJOVIAL: Stand up Schwartz
07/31/2008It's The Little HaskellistThe Little Books in Oz
07/31/2008Rules?The Little Books in Oz
08/01/2008"Looping"The Little Books in Oz
07/30/2008Suggested readingTwo Computers & An Ethernet Cable -- Also A Computer?
08/06/2008This discussion is in dangerTwo Computers & An Ethernet Cable -- Also A Computer?
07/28/2008Happy Birthday, dear Lambda!Happy Birthday, dear Lambda!
11/03/2010Good on you.Beyond FRP: physics-inspired programming abstractions?
07/21/2008A System to Understand Incorrect ProgramsA System to Understand Incorrect Programs
07/25/2008I think you are right. TheA System to Understand Incorrect Programs
07/20/2008Partial vectorisation of Haskell programsPartial vectorisation of Haskell programs
07/18/2008[Admin]Effectiveness of C++ for scientific computing?
07/18/2008No harm done. We try to keepEffectiveness of C++ for scientific computing?
07/22/2008[Admin]Systems programming in languages other than C?
07/19/2008Keep in mind that AdaSystems programming in languages other than C?
08/01/2008AdaSystems programming in languages other than C?
07/20/2008Clearly one wants toMulti-Artifact Languages
07/21/2008Obviously, what is needed isMulti-Artifact Languages
07/17/2008Highly recommendedThe Development of Intuitionistic Logic
07/16/2008MemoriesAda, the Ultimate Lambda?
07/16/2008Pure Ada. It's rather aAda, the Ultimate Lambda?
07/17/2008Excellent points, as usual.Ada, the Ultimate Lambda?
07/17/2008We are agreed on the pointAda, the Ultimate Lambda?
07/10/2008Sure looks like it.Can reply to a post that one is previewing
07/05/2008Lisp's 50th Birthday CelebrationLisp's 50th Birthday Celebration
07/01/2008I agree. I thought that wasHardware Design and Functional Programming: a Perfect Match
06/28/2008The hits and misses of MicrosoftThe hits and misses of Microsoft
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07/09/2008ProductsThe hits and misses of Microsoft
06/28/2008Historical map: round two, the fun beginsHistorical map: round two, the fun begins
06/29/2008To addHistorical map: round two, the fun begins
07/01/2008See here.Historical map: round two, the fun begins
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07/01/2008I've been thinking aboutWhy Multi-Core is Easy and Internet is Hard
06/25/2008That's the first time I sawThe A-Z of Programming Languages
06/25/2008Good quote from TuckerThe A-Z of Programming Languages
06/26/2008IntertextualityThe A-Z of Programming Languages
06/26/2008Of course. I didn't mean toThe A-Z of Programming Languages
07/08/2008Intercal one o f themostThe A-Z of Programming Languages
04/11/2009Somebody should review thisThe A-Z of Programming Languages
06/24/2008Project CoverageProject Coverage
06/20/2008Bertrand MeyerLASER Summerschool on Concurrency
06/24/2008The question was directedLASER Summerschool on Concurrency
06/20/2008"Local type inferenceScaling Type Inference
06/20/2008All well and good, ofScaling Type Inference
06/20/2008Since I am in a sarcasticScaling Type Inference
06/21/2008This is a double edgedScaling Type Inference
06/21/2008The idea of tools forScaling Type Inference
06/20/2008Fine? We had this debate soScaling Type Inference
06/20/2008Usually I used thePure imperative programming
06/17/2008Not just "theory", butSWI-Prolog FFI Problem: Getting Prolog and C to work together on MacOS?
06/18/2008I saw this yesterday andAlgebraic Data Types in JavaScript
06/17/2008Off topicForex trading with functional programming
06/17/2008ReminderForex trading with functional programming
06/16/2008ogoLCat Interpreter in JavaScript with Turtle Graphics
06/13/2008Programming -- Principles and Practice Using C++Programming -- Principles and Practice Using C++
06/16/2008Programming -- Principles and Practice Using C++Programming -- Principles and Practice Using C++
06/16/2008[Admin]Programming -- Principles and Practice Using C++
06/11/2008Right. To put it moreOn the importance of Turing completeness
06/13/2008Ha ha, only seriousFunctional Programming in the ACM CS Curriculum
06/13/2008As the saying goes, "God isFunctional Programming in the ACM CS Curriculum
06/17/2008To make this even more onFunctional Programming in the ACM CS Curriculum
06/13/2008Motivation is an importantFunctional Programming in the ACM CS Curriculum
06/17/2008All the things you mentionFunctional Programming in the ACM CS Curriculum
06/08/2008Back to the futureBack to the future
06/09/2008it seems productive toBack to the future
06/04/2008Drupal usually closes tagsComments can effect comments below them
06/04/2008Applied Proof Theory: Proof Interpretations and their Use in MathematicsApplied Proof Theory: Proof Interpretations and their Use in Mathematics
06/19/2008I knew you would beApplied Proof Theory: Proof Interpretations and their Use in Mathematics
06/02/2008Dead-end theoremsDead-end theorems
06/02/2008I never said it was aDead-end theorems
06/02/2008Thanks for spotting thatDead-end theorems
06/02/2008Charles & Scott are ofDead-end theorems
06/03/2008"The proof of theorem X inDead-end theorems
06/01/2008I am really unsure Iwhat a type system always proves vs. what it can be made to prove
06/10/2008I am a bit baffled and I amwhat a type system always proves vs. what it can be made to prove
06/10/2008what a type system always proves vs. what it can be made to provewhat a type system always proves vs. what it can be made to prove
05/30/2008What you want is the way it"Recent Posts" functionality?
05/28/2008For the record....Computational Thinking
05/28/2008We can try...Computational Thinking
05/29/2008Embedded DSLDSLs: Embedded, standalone, or both?
05/27/2008LoopingSoftware complexity as means of professional advancement
05/27/2008Software complexity as means of professional advancementSoftware complexity as means of professional advancement
05/27/2008Yes, LtU is quickly becomingSoftware complexity as means of professional advancement
05/28/2008Social scienceSoftware complexity as means of professional advancement
05/26/2008Appropriate and interesting.Reasoned Schemer in Clojure
05/18/2008Processing.jsProcessing.js
10/17/2008I removed the spam message.HOPL-III: A History of Erlang
05/12/2008Lambda, the Ultimate TALambda, the Ultimate TA
05/12/2008Yes guys, please tell usScala Lift Off Unconference review
05/13/2008Thanks! I am sorry I missedScala Lift Off Unconference review
05/13/2008Practical" really isn't theScala Lift Off Unconference review
05/19/2008AnonymityScala Lift Off Unconference review
05/20/2008Somewhat relatedScala Lift Off Unconference review
05/13/2008DSLs and frustrationservice course in logic and logic programming: crazy?
05/13/2008I was referring to thisservice course in logic and logic programming: crazy?
05/09/2008DryadLINQDryadLINQ
05/07/2008History of Logic Programming: What went wrong, What was done about it, and What it might mean for the futureHistory of Logic Programming: What went wrong, What was done about it, and What it might mean for the future
05/08/2008Yes. Sorry about that.History of Logic Programming: What went wrong, What was done about it, and What it might mean for the future
05/08/2008Shrijvers seems optimisticHistory of Logic Programming: What went wrong, What was done about it, and What it might mean for the future
05/08/2008but that the limitations ofHistory of Logic Programming: What went wrong, What was done about it, and What it might mean for the future
05/08/2008Kowalski/HewittHistory of Logic Programming: What went wrong, What was done about it, and What it might mean for the future
05/10/2008History of Logic Programming: What went wrong, What was done about it, and What it might mean for the futureHistory of Logic Programming: What went wrong, What was done about it, and What it might mean for the future
05/06/2008Language geek at the Maker FaireLanguage geek at the Maker Faire
05/07/2008Also on the peninsulaLanguage geek at the Maker Faire
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05/07/2008Yeah, that's way moreLanguage geek at the Maker Faire
05/04/2008A located lambda calculusA located lambda calculus
05/05/2008[Fixed]A located lambda calculus
05/06/2008[Admin]programming languages and facial hair
05/07/2008[Admin]programming languages and facial hair
04/21/2008Some of these were discussedM.Sc thesis ideas on the intersection: Artificial intelligence, Category theory, and Programming languages.
04/21/2008AIM.Sc thesis ideas on the intersection: Artificial intelligence, Category theory, and Programming languages.
04/22/2008M.Sc thesis ideas on the intersection: Artificial intelligence, Category theory, and Programming languages.M.Sc thesis ideas on the intersection: Artificial intelligence, Category theory, and Programming languages.
04/22/2008M.Sc thesis ideas on the intersection: Artificial intelligence, Category theory, and Programming languages.M.Sc thesis ideas on the intersection: Artificial intelligence, Category theory, and Programming languages.
04/24/2008This is getting wayM.Sc thesis ideas on the intersection: Artificial intelligence, Category theory, and Programming languages.
04/22/2008When I first saw yourM.Sc thesis ideas on the intersection: Artificial intelligence, Category theory, and Programming languages.
04/17/2008BitC is here.Career paths and concerns
04/13/2008Chris Crawford's 9 BreakthroughsChris Crawford's 9 Breakthroughs
04/11/2008Maybe the homepage providesRegister Allocation by Proof Transformation
04/08/2008Safe and Secure Software in AdaSafe and Secure Software in Ada
04/09/2008I found the appeal toSafe and Secure Software in Ada
04/12/2008Not enoughSafe and Secure Software in Ada
04/22/2008Chapter 1, Safe SyntaxSafe and Secure Software in Ada
04/25/2008IronicSafe and Secure Software in Ada
05/05/2008Chapter 2, Safe TypingSafe and Secure Software in Ada
05/19/2008Chapter 3, Safe PointersSafe and Secure Software in Ada
06/24/2008Chapter 4, Safe ArchitectureSafe and Secure Software in Ada
06/24/2008Chapter 5, Safe Object Oriented ProgrammingSafe and Secure Software in Ada
09/08/2008Chapter 6, Safe Object ConstructionSafe and Secure Software in Ada
09/08/2008Chapter 7, Safe Memory ManagementSafe and Secure Software in Ada
09/22/2008Chapter 8, Safe StartupSafe and Secure Software in Ada
09/25/2008It depends of what you meanSafe and Secure Software in Ada
04/02/2008Forget functionsErasmus: A Modular Language for Concurrent Programming
04/02/2008April 1st special: The War of the WorldsApril 1st special: The War of the Worlds
04/02/2008True enough. At variousApril 1st special: The War of the Worlds
04/02/2008But hey, wasn't Haskell anApril 1st special: The War of the Worlds
04/02/2008I was just making sureApril 1st special: The War of the Worlds
04/02/2008April 1st special: The War of the WorldsApril 1st special: The War of the Worlds
04/05/2008You need a type system thatApril 1st special: The War of the Worlds
04/02/2008Doesn't Chris's index dotrying to see forum+frontpage posts in order
03/30/2008Time to become a contributing editor...future history of logic programming
03/30/2008Ha? 99% of the editors postfuture history of logic programming
03/30/2008Parallel logic programmingfuture history of logic programming
03/29/2008We linked to many usefulTeaching oneself Abstract Interpretation ?
03/28/2008This is one of the issuestoo much indentation solution?
03/27/2008Constraint Imperative ProgrammingConstraint Imperative Programming
03/22/2008CERT C Secure Coding StandardCERT C Secure Coding Standard
03/28/2008Shouldn't "industry bestCERT C Secure Coding Standard
03/29/2008Well, everybody expects meCERT C Secure Coding Standard
03/29/2008One other point: TheCERT C Secure Coding Standard
03/29/2008To Java...CERT C Secure Coding Standard
03/29/2008The reason I mentioned JavaCERT C Secure Coding Standard
03/31/2008CERT C Secure Coding StandardCERT C Secure Coding Standard
03/23/2008Fundamental distinctionSIGPLAN Workshop on Undergraduate Programming Language Curriculum
03/23/2008I am also no fan of surveySIGPLAN Workshop on Undergraduate Programming Language Curriculum
03/21/2008When Are Two Algorithms the Same?When Are Two Algorithms the Same?
03/21/2008PackagesRelational rather than hierarchical OO packaging?
03/20/2008Executive summary?STEPS Toward The Reinvention of Programming: First Year Progress Report
03/20/2008:-)STEPS Toward The Reinvention of Programming: First Year Progress Report
03/13/2008Implementing[Ask LTU] How to implement concurrent languages ?
03/03/2008[Admin]Type-safe solution to the expression problem in C#?
03/04/2008The way I see itHelp John Baez and Mike Stay!
02/29/2008Programmers At WorkProgrammers At Work
03/11/2008Athough I'm sad that no oneData Types a la Carte
08/09/2008I was engaged in a bit ofIs null needed?
02/27/2008Pure, Declarative, and Constructive Arithmetic RelationsPure, Declarative, and Constructive Arithmetic Relations
03/17/2008Welcome to LtU, Prof.Pure, Declarative, and Constructive Arithmetic Relations
02/27/2008Ada 2005:function Lookup (Texceptions again
02/24/2008Original LtU discussionWhy functional programming matters
02/24/2008New MembersNew Members
02/24/2008I suggest pursuing theLearning language design
02/23/2008Front page itemsWhy isn't every front page item on the discussions page?
02/23/2008Thinking about this, itWhy isn't every front page item on the discussions page?
02/21/2008This sounds like a goodCan we start an LtU group on CiteULike?
02/23/2008Someone should start byCan we start an LtU group on CiteULike?
02/19/2008History of Lambda-Calculus and Combinatory logicHistory of Lambda-Calculus and Combinatory logic
02/19/2008Ada packages can haveGilad Bracha: Cutting out Static
02/15/20081. Please annotate yourPL Related Blogs
02/13/2008The little b language: shared models built from reusable partsThe little b language: shared models built from reusable parts
02/13/2008I haven't seen Modelica yet.The little b language: shared models built from reusable parts
02/14/2008I guess someone should writeThe little b language: shared models built from reusable parts
02/13/2008Was this intended for theMACLISP Manual Comes To The Web
02/13/2008Done.MACLISP Manual Comes To The Web
02/08/2008Beautiful Code may be closeLeaning how to judge the right tool for the job?
02/09/2008I was referring to thisLeaning how to judge the right tool for the job?
02/09/2008It is shameful to see howLeaning how to judge the right tool for the job?
02/09/2008Hey, don't be tooLeaning how to judge the right tool for the job?
02/09/2008Nah, not really. I mentionedLeaning how to judge the right tool for the job?
02/06/2008Project LambdaCanProject LambdaCan
02/07/2008I think the title of yourProject LambdaCan
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02/04/2008While some me think it oldAdding Concurrent Constructs to a Language with State
02/05/2008When viewing you account youLanguages and data conversions.
02/14/2008Ah, the good old BeaujolaisLanguages and data conversions.
02/14/2008Don't know about a bindingLanguages and data conversions.
02/01/2008I agree with Chris. This isDon't try FP in industry!
02/01/2008[Admin]Don't try FP in industry!
02/03/2008No harm done, but I'll tryDon't try FP in industry!
01/30/2008Arc is releasedArc is released
02/01/2008The type of mistake youThe YNot Project
01/28/2008You might find theFortress Presentation
01/25/2008WaveScriptWaveScript
01/22/2008The Design and Implementation of Typed SchemeThe Design and Implementation of Typed Scheme
01/22/2008It reminded me (based onThe Design and Implementation of Typed Scheme
01/24/2008(map add1 (filter number?The Design and Implementation of Typed Scheme
01/17/2008[Admin]I Need some one help me in C programming.?
01/16/2008ACM Classic Books SeriesACM Classic Books Series
12/31/2008Thanks for the update.ACM Classic Books Series
01/16/2008SimCity Source Code ReleasedSimCity Source Code Released
01/16/2008Welcome to LtU Avi!Ruby vs. Smalltalk
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01/20/2008Also recommended isUnderstanding category theory and its practical applications
01/20/2008Beseme was discussed hereUnderstanding category theory and its practical applications
01/09/2008EOPL3EOPL3
01/08/2008Prediction for 2008Prediction for 2008
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01/09/2008My prediction is a littlePrediction for 2008
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01/18/2008Mutltiple solutions?Prediction for 2008
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01/08/2008Computer Science Education: Where Are the Software Engineers of Tomorrow?Computer Science Education: Where Are the Software Engineers of Tomorrow?
01/08/2008I like the idea ofComputer Science Education: Where Are the Software Engineers of Tomorrow?
01/08/2008...students integrate formalComputer Science Education: Where Are the Software Engineers of Tomorrow?
01/08/2008Yuck. I didn't notice that.Computer Science Education: Where Are the Software Engineers of Tomorrow?
01/08/2008The dichotomy you draw is, IComputer Science Education: Where Are the Software Engineers of Tomorrow?
01/09/2008Also on /.Computer Science Education: Where Are the Software Engineers of Tomorrow?
01/09/2008For what it's worth, myComputer Science Education: Where Are the Software Engineers of Tomorrow?
01/11/2008Email me and I'll send you aComputer Science Education: Where Are the Software Engineers of Tomorrow?
01/12/2008The issue is that you canComputer Science Education: Where Are the Software Engineers of Tomorrow?
01/12/2008I didn't, since it was notComputer Science Education: Where Are the Software Engineers of Tomorrow?
01/10/2008Somehow I thought theComputer Science Education: Where Are the Software Engineers of Tomorrow?
01/17/2008Please try to keep theComputer Science Education: Where Are the Software Engineers of Tomorrow?
01/08/2008IoIo
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01/12/2008IoIo
01/13/2008if you intend "widelyIo
01/04/2008Open Multi-Methods for C++Open Multi-Methods for C++
01/04/2008Is any of this related toOpen Multi-Methods for C++
01/07/2008Section 6 deals with relatedOpen Multi-Methods for C++
01/03/2008The worker/wrapper transformationThe worker/wrapper transformation
01/03/2008Why Did Symbolics Fail?Why Did Symbolics Fail?
01/07/2008[Admin]FringeDC Formal Meeting- Jan 5th 2008- Presentation by Gary Knott of Civilized Software
01/09/2008GenericsGenerics of a Higher Kind
12/21/2007Slightly off topic, sure.A Dialogue on Infinity
12/18/2007[Admin]Concurrency with Scheme
12/18/2007It looks nourishing but isAnyone read: Semantics with Applications: by Nielson and Nielson?
12/18/2007Let us know how you find it.Anyone read: Semantics with Applications: by Nielson and Nielson?
12/17/2007Closing the Stage: From Staged Code to Typed ClosuresClosing the Stage: From Staged Code to Typed Closures
12/12/2007Avi Bryant: Ruby IS-A SmalltalkAvi Bryant: Ruby IS-A Smalltalk
12/13/2007The relative lack of successAvi Bryant: Ruby IS-A Smalltalk
12/12/2007CUFP write-upCUFP write-up
12/11/2007I, for one, haven't exploredComputation Orchestration: A Basis for Wide-Area Computing
12/13/2007Given the deceptiveComputation Orchestration: A Basis for Wide-Area Computing
12/08/2007I think the best way tofunctions, statements, expressions
12/08/2007Contrary to popular opinionfunctions, statements, expressions
12/10/2007I meant whether certainfunctions, statements, expressions
12/09/2007It also works the other wayfunctions, statements, expressions
12/14/2007Since all these terms havefunctions, statements, expressions
12/06/2007How to write your next POPL paper in CoqHow to write your next POPL paper in Coq
12/07/2007See also here (and reviveHow to write your next POPL paper in Coq
01/08/2008Tutorial materialsHow to write your next POPL paper in Coq
12/06/2007Erik is indeed a guestDemocratizing the Cloud using Microsoft Live Labs Volta
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12/07/2007We'll see if we can come upDemocratizing the Cloud using Microsoft Live Labs Volta
12/06/2007The OOPSLA paper while notDemocratizing the Cloud using Microsoft Live Labs Volta
12/06/2007No poll on syntax is worth apoll: syntax
12/06/2007PL/I is a really uglypoll: syntax
12/14/2007Alas, I suspect that thispoll: syntax
12/10/2007Datapoll: syntax
12/05/2007PuzzledConnecting the first steps
12/05/2007It's time to become aJoe-E TechTalk
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12/05/2007How about sharing some linksConcurrency: The Compiler Writer's Perspective
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12/04/2007Parametric datatype-genericityParametric datatype-genericity
12/04/2007DySy: Dynamic Symbolic Execution for Invariant InferenceDySy: Dynamic Symbolic Execution for Invariant Inference
11/30/2007Rankfoundations for J, APL etc
11/29/2007Logic for PhilosophyLogic for Philosophy
12/07/2007Not online, though, as farLogic for Philosophy
12/15/2007It was moved. I fixed theLogic for Philosophy
01/27/2008There's also Burgess'sLogic for Philosophy
11/24/2007The Carnap Programming LanguageThe Carnap Programming Language
11/24/2007In the spirit of the seasonThe Carnap Programming Language
11/25/2007I've only seen black andThe Carnap Programming Language
11/20/2007It might be interesting toInductive Synthesis of Functional Programs: An Explanation Based Generalization Approach
11/20/2007Samurai - Protecting Critical Data in Unsafe LanguagesSamurai - Protecting Critical Data in Unsafe Languages
11/20/2007Important angleSamurai - Protecting Critical Data in Unsafe Languages
11/20/2007Good!Samurai - Protecting Critical Data in Unsafe Languages
11/21/2007We are fond of history, andSamurai - Protecting Critical Data in Unsafe Languages
11/21/2007Thanks! I know this seemsSamurai - Protecting Critical Data in Unsafe Languages
11/26/2007Mea CulpaSamurai - Protecting Critical Data in Unsafe Languages
11/20/2007Wolfram book was discussedWhat are the properties of "Functional Programming Languages"?
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11/15/2007David Pollak on liftDavid Pollak on lift
11/15/2007Sorry about that. I onlyDavid Pollak on lift
11/15/2007LevelatorDavid Pollak on lift
11/17/2007I wasn't paying closeDavid Pollak on lift
11/14/2007PLT Redex operational semantics for SchemePLT Redex operational semantics for Scheme
11/14/2007Sorry...PLT Redex operational semantics for Scheme
11/12/2007[P.P.S. Isaac, I think maybeGenerative Code Specialisation for High-Performance Monte Carlo Simulations
11/10/2007Caja: Capability JavascriptCaja: Capability Javascript
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11/12/2007GWTCaja: Capability Javascript
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11/09/2007Language of the future...Squeaky Tales
11/03/2007On the origins of Bisimulation, Coinduction, and Fixed PointsOn the origins of Bisimulation, Coinduction, and Fixed Points
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10/29/2007Important questionPL research & grad schools?
10/29/2007Technometria: Google Web ToolkitTechnometria: Google Web Toolkit
10/29/2007Declarative UITechnometria: Google Web Toolkit
10/29/2007Scala would be a veryTechnometria: Google Web Toolkit
10/29/2007GWT is open source... ITechnometria: Google Web Toolkit
10/29/2007Thanks for the links. MyTechnometria: Google Web Toolkit
10/29/2007compiling Scala to JVMTechnometria: Google Web Toolkit
10/30/2007he posted a clarificationSearching for a quote
10/25/2007Gödel, Nagel, minds and machinesGödel, Nagel, minds and machines
10/25/2007essential?On DSL, Smalltalk and FP
10/25/2007That's what I thought (notOn DSL, Smalltalk and FP
10/25/2007An outsiderXQuery language design issues
11/09/2007I agree with you aboutOn the Importance of Purity
11/10/2007I wonder if thisOn the Importance of Purity
11/10/2007Ouch...On the Importance of Purity
10/23/2007On One-Pass CPS TransformationsOn One-Pass CPS Transformations
10/23/2007Home page material...ECMAScript 4 overview paper
10/28/2007Can we tone tone down theECMAScript 4 overview paper
10/29/2007I wasn't replying to youECMAScript 4 overview paper
10/21/2007Engineering Software CorrectnessEngineering Software Correctness
10/17/2007Just a quick note, since Igrammars as a shared executable specification for language processing tools
11/03/2007Right. As far as I rememberExamples of large-scale functional language projects
11/17/2007You seem to know a lot aboutExamples of large-scale functional language projects
01/02/2008Thanks. I followed the APL/JExamples of large-scale functional language projects
10/23/2007[Admin]Examples of large-scale functional language projects
11/03/2007[Admin]Examples of large-scale functional language projects
11/19/2007Examples of large-scale functional language projectsExamples of large-scale functional language projects
11/19/2007Great metaphorsExamples of large-scale functional language projects
09/30/2007Leave of absenceLeave of absence
09/30/2007Any locals?Leave of absence
09/30/2007Thanks! I don't think I'llLeave of absence
09/30/2007Thanks!Leave of absence
09/28/2007DepartmentsWitnessing Side-Effects
09/27/2007That's not how you post toOMeta: an Object-Oriented Language for Pattern Matching
09/28/2007Done!OMeta: an Object-Oriented Language for Pattern Matching
09/25/2007The big problem is to find aThe Future(s)
09/24/2007OLPC to sell to publicOLPC to sell to public
11/21/2007US and Canada residentsOLPC to sell to public
12/06/2007I suggest reading theOLPC to sell to public
09/26/2007Also: read the remarkableOLPC to sell to public
11/21/2007One week leftOLPC to sell to public
12/06/2007TWiT has an interestingOLPC to sell to public
09/24/2007Tim Bray and ErlangTim Bray and Erlang
09/24/2007The future?Tim Bray and Erlang
09/24/2007COPTim Bray and Erlang
09/25/2007Well, we do discuss ScalaTim Bray and Erlang
09/25/2007Link fixed. Thanks.Tim Bray and Erlang
09/25/2007The Future is Already Here - It's Just Not Evenly DistributedTim Bray and Erlang
09/23/2007Fair cooperative multithreading, or: Typing termination in a higher-order concurrent imperative languageFair cooperative multithreading, or: Typing termination in a higher-order concurrent imperative language
09/24/2007The original link works forFair cooperative multithreading, or: Typing termination in a higher-order concurrent imperative language
09/22/2007Code Splitting for Network Bound Web 2.0 ApplicationsCode Splitting for Network Bound Web 2.0 Applications
09/18/2007Nice!Online video course on monads
09/13/2007Minimal FORTH compiler and tutorialMinimal FORTH compiler and tutorial
09/12/2007DivaSchemeDivaScheme
09/10/2007Efficient, Correct Simulation of Biological Processes in the Stochastic Pi-calculusEfficient, Correct Simulation of Biological Processes in the Stochastic Pi-calculus
09/08/2007Slightly off topicGenerating useful errors in a functional stream parser
09/08/2007Sure, but also justGenerating useful errors in a functional stream parser
09/06/2007Jon Udell on CoScripterJon Udell on CoScripter
09/06/2007Robert, you lost me. ThingsQ: Modularizing SQL?
09/06/2007A somewhat relevant discussionQ: Modularizing SQL?
09/13/2007Professor Oege de Moor,Q: Modularizing SQL?
09/04/2007Squeak by ExampleSqueak by Example
09/04/2007Tagless Staged Interpreters for Simpler Typed LanguagesTagless Staged Interpreters for Simpler Typed Languages
09/03/2007Rob Pike on Concurrency and Message passing in NewsqueakRob Pike on Concurrency and Message passing in Newsqueak
09/02/2007No Name: Just Notes on Software ReuseNo Name: Just Notes on Software Reuse
09/03/2007Language aspectsNo Name: Just Notes on Software Reuse
09/01/2007This is fun! (Which remindsEscape from Zurg: An Exercise in Logic Programming
09/01/2007Lifting Abstract Interpreters to Quantified Logical DomainsLifting Abstract Interpreters to Quantified Logical Domains
08/29/2007Barker & Szabolcsi: New directions for proof theory in linguisticsBarker & Szabolcsi: New directions for proof theory in linguistics
08/29/2007You beat me to the punch...R6RS Validated
08/29/2007Interesting situationR6RS Validated
08/28/2007Establishing Object Invariants with Delayed TypesEstablishing Object Invariants with Delayed Types
08/27/2007Reasoning about programsWhat is a state?
08/29/2007This might be of interest.What is a state?
09/02/2007ReductionismWhat is a state?
08/25/2007D Programming Language ConferenceD Programming Language Conference
08/28/2007Unfortunately, it isn'tD Programming Language Conference
08/30/2007Thanks for the info.D Programming Language Conference
08/24/2007unification failed becauseAn Accidental Simula User, Luca Cardelli
08/22/2007The original discussion wasStatus Report: HOT Pickles, and how to serve them
08/21/2007Commercial Users of Functional Programming 2007Commercial Users of Functional Programming 2007
08/23/2007What about the issue of SQLDiagram showing all programming paradigms and their relationships
08/23/2007I see "Prolog & SQL" on theDiagram showing all programming paradigms and their relationships
08/19/2007Very interesting and wellCompiling with Continuations, Continued
08/25/2007Writing toolsTools for (PhD) Researching
09/19/2009Truth be told, I haven'tTools for (PhD) Researching
08/25/2007[Admin] AdsTools for (PhD) Researching
09/19/2009My experiences were good.Tools for (PhD) Researching
08/16/2007I added the link. Thanks.Analyzing the Environment Structure ofHigher-Order Languages using Frame Strings
08/16/2007TAPLType Theories
08/15/2007ADTsValidity Invariants and Effects
08/14/2007Please try to restrict LtUSkipping C - SPE and synthetic programming in Python
08/13/2007Google Python Sprint 2007Google Python Sprint 2007
08/15/2007Quiet? Dead?Google Python Sprint 2007
08/20/2007Thanks. But still, wouldn'tGoogle Python Sprint 2007
09/01/2007ReleasedGoogle Python Sprint 2007
08/13/2007LtU beer party - JerusalemLtU beer party - Jerusalem
08/14/2007You can also drink coffee...LtU beer party - Jerusalem
08/12/2007The next few days I'llGenerational Real-time Garbage Collection
08/12/2007Parsingcreating my own programming language
08/12/2007True. But if you use googlecreating my own programming language
08/12/2007Prepare to throw one awaycreating my own programming language
08/13/2007You are quite right, ofcreating my own programming language
08/13/2007When it comes to DSELscreating my own programming language
08/18/2007I have a feeling he left thecreating my own programming language
08/09/2007JVM Languages groupJVM Languages group
08/08/2007Ralph Johnson: Erlang, the next JavaRalph Johnson: Erlang, the next Java
08/08/2007we all see what we want toRalph Johnson: Erlang, the next Java
08/09/2007I wonder if what they haveRalph Johnson: Erlang, the next Java
08/10/2007I think behaviours should beRalph Johnson: Erlang, the next Java
08/09/2007:-)Ralph Johnson: Erlang, the next Java
08/09/2007DeepRalph Johnson: Erlang, the next Java
08/08/2007Experience Report: Scheme in Commercial Web Application DevelopmentExperience Report: Scheme in Commercial Web Application Development
08/08/2007Of course. You should haveExperience Report: Scheme in Commercial Web Application Development
08/08/2007You might find the LtUExperience Report: Scheme in Commercial Web Application Development
08/08/2007Domain-Specific Aspect LanguagesDomain-Specific Aspect Languages
08/08/2007No one has anything to sayDomain-Specific Aspect Languages
08/09/2007How do (g)beta patterns fitUnifying functions and functors
08/06/2007The LtU archives containApache Camel routing rules: a DSL?
08/07/2007While this is somtimes theApache Camel routing rules: a DSL?
08/03/2007Amazon Flexible Payments ServiceAmazon Flexible Payments Service
08/03/2007I was asking about theAmazon Flexible Payments Service
08/04/2007We don't call themAmazon Flexible Payments Service
08/03/2007MacrosSyntactic abstraction? (newbie question)
08/03/2007Seems to me that "abstractsSyntactic abstraction? (newbie question)
08/03/2007I'd argue that CL macrosSyntactic abstraction? (newbie question)
07/28/2007LtU turns 7: The year of spamLtU turns 7: The year of spam
04/27/2010You are right. We have beenLtU turns 7: The year of spam
07/24/2007All of which were discussedApocalypse - the empire strikes back
07/24/2007No problem.Apocalypse - the empire strikes back
07/24/2007LiskellLiskell
07/22/2007Lambda: The Semantics ToolLambda: The Semantics Tool
07/21/2007Best LtU humourBest LtU humour
07/21/2007First nominationBest LtU humour
07/23/2007Never occured to me toBest LtU humour
07/24/2007Lazy evaluation?Best LtU humour
07/21/2007I haven't seen the videoLanguage Nirvana - Simon Peyton-Jones
07/20/2007Joe Armstrong DDJ interviewJoe Armstrong DDJ interview
07/21/2007Wouldn't this be a goodJoe Armstrong DDJ interview
07/18/2007Or is it now?Or is it now?
07/19/2007It seems to me that thisWhoever does not understand LISP, is doomed to reinvent it.
07/17/2007The Fun of ProgrammingCurrent "best books on FP"?
07/13/2007The discussion here mightType inference for free?
07/11/2007A Natural Axiomatization of Church's ThesisA Natural Axiomatization of Church's Thesis
07/12/2007I think this stuff fitsA Natural Axiomatization of Church's Thesis
07/13/2007Let's try to concentrate onA Natural Axiomatization of Church's Thesis
07/14/2007CyberneticsA Natural Axiomatization of Church's Thesis
07/11/2007Lambda AnimatorLambda Animator
07/10/2007I suggest moving thisHOPL-III: Statecharts in the Making
07/10/2007The final example in sectionHOPL-III: Statecharts in the Making
07/11/2007With the correct answerHOPL-III: Statecharts in the Making
07/09/2007Time to become aSimply Easy! (An Implementation of a Dependently Typed Lambda Calculus)
07/09/2007Time to become aThe PIllars of Concurrency
07/10/2007Very neat!Theorem proving support in programming language semantics
07/09/2007Multiscale Scheduling, Integrating Competitive and Cooperative Parallelism in Theory and in PracticeMultiscale Scheduling, Integrating Competitive and Cooperative Parallelism in Theory and in Practice
07/09/2007How programming languagesThe Evolution Of LINQ And Its Impact On The Design Of C#
07/09/2007Well, if the language isThe Evolution Of LINQ And Its Impact On The Design Of C#
07/10/2007What if the domain isThe Evolution Of LINQ And Its Impact On The Design Of C#
07/10/2007Sure. We have no argumentThe Evolution Of LINQ And Its Impact On The Design Of C#
07/09/2007How does this actually workThe Evolution Of LINQ And Its Impact On The Design Of C#
07/10/2007That's the part I knowThe Evolution Of LINQ And Its Impact On The Design Of C#
07/10/2007Thanks guys, I should haveThe Evolution Of LINQ And Its Impact On The Design Of C#
07/10/2007User nameThe Evolution Of LINQ And Its Impact On The Design Of C#
07/07/2007Therein lies a story, IHOPL-III: Modula-2 and Oberon
07/05/2007Designing High-Security Systems: A Comparison of Programming LanguagesDesigning High-Security Systems: A Comparison of Programming Languages
07/03/2007Keep up posted on what youQ tutorial
07/02/2007.NET-oriented metaprogramming framework for rapid compiler development.NET-oriented metaprogramming framework for rapid compiler development
07/02/2007[Admin]: Spam?.NET-oriented metaprogramming framework for rapid compiler development
07/02/2007Indeed, this has all the.NET-oriented metaprogramming framework for rapid compiler development
07/02/2007But what if...Good Language Design Principals for Scripting Languages
07/02/2007I think it is very importantGood Language Design Principals for Scripting Languages
07/03/2007They will probably resistGood Language Design Principals for Scripting Languages
07/06/2007The key, I think, was aGood Language Design Principals for Scripting Languages
07/02/2007A couple of random thoughts:Branching affordance?
07/02/2007I agreeBranching affordance?
07/03/2007Please keep the languageForth in hardware ("not dead yet")
06/29/2007I wonder if you are notThe feasability of Haskell in Scheme
07/01/2007This isn't a time forHaskell web store
06/27/2007Singularity: Rethinking the Software StackSingularity: Rethinking the Software Stack
06/27/2007:-)Pirahã living-in-the-present language
06/27/2007Distinct issuesPirahã living-in-the-present language
06/30/2007[Admin]Pirahã living-in-the-present language
07/01/2007OfflinePirahã living-in-the-present language
07/01/2007Can we please try to makeStanding on each others' feet
06/22/2007The obvious reference is, ofPython 3000 Status Update
06/20/2007Oh well...Python 3000 Status Update
06/20/2007One wordPLs and large scale development
06/12/2007C++ Historical Sources ArchiveC++ Historical Sources Archive
06/09/2007Solving a Sudoku with one SQL-statementSolving a Sudoku with one SQL-statement
06/09/2007User namesUser names
06/10/2007You could have contacted meUser names
06/06/2007Direct link to the paper.HOPL III: Evolving a language in and for the real world: C++ 1991-2006
06/06/2007Impact on AdaHOPL III: Evolving a language in and for the real world: C++ 1991-2006
06/07/2007Also amusingHOPL III: Evolving a language in and for the real world: C++ 1991-2006
06/02/2007Automated Whitebox Fuzz TestingAutomated Whitebox Fuzz Testing
05/30/2007If you haven't read it,"Practical" advantages of lazy evaluation
05/30/2007It seems that no one"Practical" advantages of lazy evaluation
05/31/2007We should all know by now"Practical" advantages of lazy evaluation
05/30/2007Time to become aNear-Concrete Program Interpretation
05/24/2007Festschrift for John C Reynolds's 70th BirthdayFestschrift for John C Reynolds's 70th Birthday
05/24/2007Festschrift for John C Reynolds's 70th BirthdayFestschrift for John C Reynolds's 70th Birthday
05/24/2007The design discussion forPicky libraries, picky languages?
05/23/2007LtU readers, noticeReal-World Haskell, the book
05/20/2007Little LanguagesWhat is a "domain specific language"?
04/03/2010Nice!Social Processes and Proofs of Theorems and Programs
05/20/2007Great abstract ;-)Delegating Responsibility in Digital Systems: Horton's "Who Done It?"
05/17/2007Offline discussionsOffline discussions
02/04/2009I am replying to thisOffline discussions
05/17/2007Sounds like funTwo lectures at the British Computer Society in Covent Garden on Friday 18 May
05/14/2007Local Reasoning for Storable Locks and ThreadsLocal Reasoning for Storable Locks and Threads
05/14/2007Ignore this commentLocal Reasoning for Storable Locks and Threads
05/11/2007DepartmentPickler Combinators
05/10/2007Am I missing something?Sun's new JavaFX Script language
05/09/2007LC for kids (alligators, oh my!)LC for kids (alligators, oh my!)
05/09/2007I am waiting for someone toLC for kids (alligators, oh my!)
05/11/2007Lions and tigers and bears!LC for kids (alligators, oh my!)
05/09/2007AmusingLC for kids (alligators, oh my!)
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05/31/2007No longer liked it:-) ILC for kids (alligators, oh my!)
05/11/2007Insights"The language of the future is javascript"
05/09/2007Good to know. Thanks.The PLT Scheme weblog
05/06/2007The Expression Problem RevisitedThe Expression Problem Revisited
05/06/2007The expression problem, Scandinavian styleThe expression problem, Scandinavian style
05/06/2007Great news!PLAI in print
05/06/2007It occurs to me that some ofFunctional Pearls
05/03/2007I am unaware of such a list,Rules of good declarative language design
05/03/2007We had many discussions ofRules of good declarative language design
05/03/2007Combining Total and Ad Hoc Extensible Pattern Matching in a Lightweight Language ExtensionCombining Total and Ad Hoc Extensible Pattern Matching in a Lightweight Language Extension
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05/03/2007T-ShirtsSICP picture
05/11/2007In programming, differencesMicrosoft's new Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR)
05/16/2007[Admin]Microsoft's new Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR)
05/04/2007This issue is not a PLT orMicrosoft's new Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR)
05/10/2007I would tend to agree. TheThe Monad.Reader
05/14/2007QuiteThe Monad.Reader
03/23/2009Relevant discussion.Easylanguage: domain specific language for trading stocks
03/23/2009I get the feeling this isEasylanguage: domain specific language for trading stocks
09/26/2008And here I thought that MBAsCourse on Interactive Computer Theorem Proving Based on Coq
04/15/2007Good ideaPersonal messages
04/14/2007Twitter and Rails brouhahaTwitter and Rails brouhaha
04/16/2007I am on my way to holiday,Twitter and Rails brouhaha
04/16/2007Right. Sorry.Twitter and Rails brouhaha
04/14/2007Abstract Interface Types in GNAT: Conversions, Discriminants, and C++Abstract Interface Types in GNAT: Conversions, Discriminants, and C++
04/14/2007It occurs to me that wePCF and LCF
04/17/2007Zvi Lamm is my father.Thoughts about the Best Introductory Language
04/16/2007How about not insultingThoughts about the Best Introductory Language
04/15/2007Can we please stop the adThoughts about the Best Introductory Language
04/11/2007Not a problemRZ: a tool for bringing constructive and computable mathematics closer to programming practice
04/01/2008How come nobody had anythingExtensible Pattern Matching via a Lightweight Language
04/08/2007I, for one, really don't"Declarative" or "Functional"
04/15/2007The generics exampleDeliverable code?
04/03/2007Might be relevantGood parallel algorithms books?
04/01/2007Thanks ;-)Mutable variables eliminated from .NET
03/31/2007Semi-trollExpect New Major Language Within Five Years
03/28/2007Note the "comments please"Tangible Functional Programming
03/28/2007These issues were discussedMapping language style to ancillary issues?
03/28/2007Like I said, I don't thinkMapping language style to ancillary issues?
03/26/2007R6RS RatificationR6RS Ratification
03/27/2007Actually, since theR6RS Ratification
03/27/2007If you want to discuss thisR6RS Ratification
03/27/2007To generalize...R6RS Ratification
03/27/2007ProcessR6RS Ratification
03/25/2007Paul Cohen has diedPaul Cohen has died
03/27/2007maybe I should have usedLiving it up with a Live Programming Language
03/25/2007My opinion certainly isn'tA Real-World Use of Lift, a Scala Web Application Framework
03/23/2007I agreeA Real-World Use of Lift, a Scala Web Application Framework
03/21/2007The new Ada is officially publishedThe new Ada is officially published
03/21/2007A long way from homeA Topos Foundation for Theories of Physics
03/20/2007SadJohn Backus has passed away
03/16/2007Subject headingsSubject headings
03/21/2007***Subject headings
03/15/2007Google Summer of CodeGoogle Summer of Code
03/16/2007Sorry. My Bad.Google Summer of Code
03/14/2007Separation Logic courses (Reynolds)Separation Logic courses (Reynolds)
03/14/2007I see there are newerSeparation Logic courses (Reynolds)
03/13/2007Order of the Science Scouts BadgesOrder of the Science Scouts Badges
03/13/2007Yeah, that one is for Dave.Order of the Science Scouts Badges
03/12/2007We don't have a mechanism toCFP: Programming Languages for Mechanized Mathematics Workshop
03/13/2007I think the automatic teaserCFP: Programming Languages for Mechanized Mathematics Workshop
03/12/2007Piraha Exceptionality: a ReassessmentPiraha Exceptionality: a Reassessment
03/14/2007Quite!Piraha Exceptionality: a Reassessment
03/12/2007Beautiful Code: Leading Programmers Explain How They ThinkBeautiful Code: Leading Programmers Explain How They Think
03/12/2007And the more interesting question...Beautiful Code: Leading Programmers Explain How They Think
03/21/2007dittoBeautiful Code: Leading Programmers Explain How They Think
03/12/2007See also: previousBeautiful Code: Leading Programmers Explain How They Think
03/10/2007What's up with Lua?What's up with Lua?
03/11/2007the PL theory roots of LuaWhat's up with Lua?
03/10/2007Gilad Bracha on tuplesGilad Bracha on tuples
03/09/2007CrossTalk: Secure Coding StandardsCrossTalk: Secure Coding Standards
03/08/2007Lightweight static resourcesLightweight static resources
03/05/2007Perhaps we could insteadKourier is now live
03/06/2007I fixed the link.Propositions as [Types]
03/05/2007re the radix sort paper: seeNon-Applicative Functional Languages
03/01/2007Fighting spam"Recent Post" funkiness
09/24/2007This is essentially what"Recent Post" funkiness
09/24/2007I don't think the spammers"Recent Post" funkiness
03/01/2007Re moderation of first"Recent Post" funkiness
02/27/2007Ed Felten: Why Understanding Programs is HardEd Felten: Why Understanding Programs is Hard
02/26/2007I am with you, Luke. I tryOn the fact that the Atlantic Ocean has two sides
02/23/2007Real Haskell projects queryReal Haskell projects query
02/22/2007It was worth the wait...DanFest 2004 videos online
02/22/2007Skinner? Ouch! I alwaysDanFest 2004 videos online
02/20/2007comp.lang.{lisp/scheme}LISP implementation for mobile phones?
02/20/2007Previously discussed here.The Design and Implementation of a Dataflow Language for Scriptable Debugging
02/21/2007No worries. It is sometimesThe Design and Implementation of a Dataflow Language for Scriptable Debugging
02/19/2007Shape analysis for composite data structuresShape analysis for composite data structures
02/20/2007Mentioned, for example, here.Automata-Based Programming
02/15/2007Our very own KimberleyLowering: A Static Optimization Technique for Transparent Functional Reactivity
08/25/2009This approach is similar toRegular Expression Matching Can Be Simple And Fast
08/26/2009+ I am sure that if you haveRegular Expression Matching Can Be Simple And Fast
02/12/2007Just yesterday I wasGradual Typing for Objects
02/12/2007Become an editor and post toAutomatic termination proofs for programs with shape-shifting heaps
02/11/200750 years of “Syntactic Structures”50 years of “Syntactic Structures”
02/10/2007The Landscape of Parallel Computing Research: A View from BerkeleyThe Landscape of Parallel Computing Research: A View from Berkeley
02/08/2007Patrick Logan on Software Transaction MemoryPatrick Logan on Software Transaction Memory
03/12/2007Welcome to LtU. Threads herePatrick Logan on Software Transaction Memory
02/09/2007I had no anticipation forPatrick Logan on Software Transaction Memory
02/09/2007You see what I have to dealPatrick Logan on Software Transaction Memory
02/09/2007I think you nail it in yourPatrick Logan on Software Transaction Memory
02/07/2007If think it's time youProving the correctness of reactive systems using sized types
02/07/2007Welcome aboard.Proving the correctness of reactive systems using sized types
02/06/2007ACM Queue: Realtime Garbage CollectionACM Queue: Realtime Garbage Collection
02/06/2007Of course. It's an oldACM Queue: Realtime Garbage Collection
02/07/2007that programming, for many,Opinions on _Theoretical Introduction to Programming_?
02/07/2007Opinions on _Theoretical Introduction to Programming_?Opinions on _Theoretical Introduction to Programming_?
02/07/2007we're taking care of aOpinions on _Theoretical Introduction to Programming_?
02/07/2007Who is sicker, the patientsOpinions on _Theoretical Introduction to Programming_?
02/03/2007URLDiscussion of the Design and Use of NML
02/03/2007[Style]RZ for Constructive Mathematics in Programming
02/03/2007Thanks!RZ for Constructive Mathematics in Programming
02/03/2007you still need to reasonSeparation Logic: A Logic for Shared Mutable Data Structures
02/02/2007Jean Ichbiah passes awayJean Ichbiah passes away
02/04/2007Beaujolais effectJean Ichbiah passes away
02/02/2007How is this relevant to theMeta-Compilation of Language Abstractions
02/03/2007Also related: ActiveMeta-Compilation of Language Abstractions
02/02/2007On Decidability of Nominal Subtyping with VarianceOn Decidability of Nominal Subtyping with Variance
02/01/2007Generic Programming, Now!Generic Programming, Now!
01/31/2007On topicWant to do undergraduate research, but CS dept is weak...
01/31/2007I think Chris is right asWant to do undergraduate research, but CS dept is weak...
02/01/2007Want to do undergraduate research, but CS dept is weak...Want to do undergraduate research, but CS dept is weak...
01/31/2007Let's keep this thred short.The Accessibility of PL Research Papers on Mobile Devices
01/31/2007Sure, feel free to discussThe Accessibility of PL Research Papers on Mobile Devices
01/30/2007User namesLooking for extra-basic reference on PL theory
01/30/2007Thanks!Looking for extra-basic reference on PL theory
01/30/2007If it's theory you want, ILooking for extra-basic reference on PL theory
12/13/2007I think that the term isWhat is a "fully featured closure"? Request for comments.
04/10/2011If all the OP is trying toWhat is a "fully featured closure"? Request for comments.
01/30/2007Neel, it's time you becamePasquale Malacaria, "Assessing Security Threats of Looping Constructs"
01/30/2007The "procedure" is toPasquale Malacaria, "Assessing Security Threats of Looping Constructs"
01/27/2007Ralf Lammel: Stop dysfunctional programmingRalf Lammel: Stop dysfunctional programming
01/27/2007Programming the Greedy CAM MachineProgramming the Greedy CAM Machine
01/20/2007This seems off topic forHave I Missed Something ?
01/19/2007Sounds very interesting.Locus Solum: From the rules of logic to the logic of rules
01/18/2007The direct manipulationInteractive Haskell Documents
01/16/2007We are trying to do ourSPAM report
01/13/2007Ninety-nine Lisp ProblemsNinety-nine Lisp Problems
01/11/2007Was this supposed to go onCall by push-value
02/08/2007Discused here.Why people don't use functional programming?
01/12/2007You are probably thinkingExtending the Multilisp Sponsor Model
01/06/2007Simon Peyton Jones: Beautiful concurrencySimon Peyton Jones: Beautiful concurrency
01/07/2007You probably want installSimon Peyton Jones: Beautiful concurrency
01/07/2007Ghostview opens the file okSimon Peyton Jones: Beautiful concurrency
01/07/2007Anyone care to discuss theSimon Peyton Jones: Beautiful concurrency
01/13/2007V2Simon Peyton Jones: Beautiful concurrency
01/05/2007Charming Python: Decorators make magic easyCharming Python: Decorators make magic easy
01/05/2007Thanks. Fixed.Charming Python: Decorators make magic easy
01/07/2007Interesting paper. I enjoyedMatching Objects With Patterns
01/02/2007For the record, I have noLambda The Ultimate comes to SecondLife
01/04/2007If you are having fun, youLambda The Ultimate comes to SecondLife
01/03/2007We need to lure some peopleWhy numbering should start at 0
01/07/2007Sure! Though I am sure heWhy numbering should start at 0
12/30/2006I find this discussionAgentSheets: End-User Programing (and Secret Lisp Success Story!)
12/26/2006Personally, I like theseTheme styles
12/26/2006TrueGAs v. GPs
12/25/2006More Haskell in Java 7 or 8?More Haskell in Java 7 or 8?
12/23/2006Seymour Papert injured in traffic accidentSeymour Papert injured in traffic accident
12/23/2006Data Parallel Haskell: a status reportData Parallel Haskell: a status report
12/23/2006Public service announcement: "LtU Books" In IndiaPublic service announcement: "LtU Books" In India
12/23/2006The Joins Concurrency LibraryThe Joins Concurrency Library
12/21/2006Misc itemsMisc items
12/20/2006Extending Prolog with Incomplete Fuzzy InformationExtending Prolog with Incomplete Fuzzy Information
12/21/2006Maybe. Maybe not.Extending Prolog with Incomplete Fuzzy Information
12/20/2006Once upon a time I wrote a JThe Role of Composition in Computer Programming
12/20/2006Thanks!The Role of Composition in Computer Programming
12/20/2006Personally, I think theThe Role of Composition in Computer Programming
12/21/2006I remind y'all of Iverson'sThe Role of Composition in Computer Programming
12/18/2006Teaching Discrete Mathematics via Primary Historical SourcesTeaching Discrete Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources
12/20/2006This book sounds veryTeaching Discrete Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources
12/12/2006Java Open Review ProjectJava Open Review Project
12/12/2006The T &L department is for[Redux] The Polyadic pi-Calculus: a Tutorial (1991) Robin Milner
12/12/2006I think departments should[Redux] The Polyadic pi-Calculus: a Tutorial (1991) Robin Milner
12/13/2006I am, of course,[Redux] The Polyadic pi-Calculus: a Tutorial (1991) Robin Milner
12/12/2006I agree that (1) is mostexcitement in language research?
12/10/2006ACM Queue: Unlocking Concurrency - Multicore programming with transactional memoryACM Queue: Unlocking Concurrency - Multicore programming with transactional memory
12/07/2006Bjarne Stroustrup: The Problem with ProgrammingBjarne Stroustrup: The Problem with Programming
12/07/2006Why Lisp is DifferentWhy Lisp is Different
12/06/2006If the papers were[Redux] A Syntactic Approach to Type Soundness (1992)
12/06/2006Thanks. Important papers are[Redux] A Syntactic Approach to Type Soundness (1992)
12/06/2006PVS goes open sourcePVS goes open source
12/04/2006Interesting project to modularize SqueakInteresting project to modularize Squeak
12/03/2006A Garbage-Collecting Typed Assembly LanguageA Garbage-Collecting Typed Assembly Language
11/27/2006The Future of LtUThe Future of LtU
12/01/2006Human factors were discussedThe Future of LtU
12/03/2006I never for a momentThe Future of LtU
11/26/2006Java Generics and CollectionsJava Generics and Collections
11/26/2006Wadler was one of the peopleJava Generics and Collections
11/26/2006Ralph Johnson: Language workbenchesRalph Johnson: Language workbenches
11/23/2006Grammar VisualizationGrammar Visualization
11/23/2006Nice! I planned on doingProgramming Language Research Search Engine
12/28/2006Add to sidebarProgramming Language Research Search Engine
11/17/2006I am speechless...De-Scheming MIT?
11/24/2006Other languagesDe-Scheming MIT?
11/24/2006It's great to hear aboutDe-Scheming MIT?
11/25/2006How can you not mind theDe-Scheming MIT?
12/07/2006InterpretersDe-Scheming MIT?
11/17/2006[Admin]how convert state macine to petri net?
11/19/2006Many of these projects wereHaskell -> Javascript converter, kind of
11/21/2006IT's amusing to read thisHaskell -> Javascript converter, kind of
11/15/2006Threat or Thread?!Second Life Faces Threat to its Virtual Economy
11/15/2006Basically, you convince meSecond Life Faces Threat to its Virtual Economy
11/16/2006You are starting to convinceSecond Life Faces Threat to its Virtual Economy
11/17/2006Can we move this threadSecond Life Faces Threat to its Virtual Economy
11/15/2006Sun Open Sources Java PlatformSun Open Sources Java Platform
11/15/2006The link is correct: He isSun Open Sources Java Platform
11/15/2006[Admin]Sun Open Sources Java Platform
11/15/2006Some reactions.Sun Open Sources Java Platform
11/15/2006Can Abstract State Machines Be Useful in Language Theory?Can Abstract State Machines Be Useful in Language Theory?
11/13/2006Writing A Lisp Interpreter In HaskellWriting A Lisp Interpreter In Haskell
11/12/2006I feel pretty confidentFunctional programming and software engineering
11/12/2006Unfortunately, theyFunctional programming and software engineering
11/13/2006I don't think it's hostilityFunctional programming and software engineering
11/12/2006Are you asking if there's aFunctional programming and software engineering
11/12/2006Sure. But at least IFunctional programming and software engineering
11/12/2006I think that the generalFunctional programming and software engineering
11/12/2006None can turn Haskell intoFunctional programming and software engineering
11/15/2006Oleg once wrote for us aFunctional programming and software engineering
11/11/2006Erlang vs. HaskellTesting Telecoms Software with Quviq QuickCheck
11/08/2006Busy, busy, busyBusy, busy, busy
11/03/2006"Proof-Directed Debugging" Revisited"Proof-Directed Debugging" Revisited
11/02/2006How about becoming aOrc, a simple and expressive process calculus
11/01/2006A rationale for semantically enhanced library languagesA rationale for semantically enhanced library languages
10/28/2006This isn't exactly on topicWant to learn something new
11/04/2006IMO trying to errect theseWant to learn something new
11/04/2006Let's stay behindFuture of software design?
11/21/2006I think this subthreadFuture of software design?
11/01/2006CommunityPractical OCaml
11/09/2006SadPractical OCaml
10/26/2006Ruby 2.0 NewsRuby 2.0 News
10/20/2006That's very interesting (andSpecifying ECMAScript via ML
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10/18/2006Short obit.Ralph Griswold died
10/19/2006Ralph E. Griswold (1934-2006)Ralph Griswold died
10/20/2006Argument TransmittersRalph Griswold died
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10/20/2006Random observationsRalph Griswold died
10/20/2006Side effects and string analysisRalph Griswold died
10/17/2006Computer Aided Formal Reasoning (@ Nottingham)Computer Aided Formal Reasoning (@ Nottingham)
10/17/2006Cool!Delimited Control for PLT Scheme
10/15/2006Good Ideas, Through the Looking GlassGood Ideas, Through the Looking Glass
10/17/2006Perhaps this thread will beGood Ideas, Through the Looking Glass
10/17/2006For the record, SingularityGood Ideas, Through the Looking Glass
10/13/2006Yeah, that made me wince.Flapjax - Functional Reactive Ajax
10/09/2006The US Torture Bill as C codeThe US Torture Bill as C code
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10/12/2006I think he meant the JavaThe US Torture Bill as C code
10/09/2006Scott Rosenberg: Code ReadsScott Rosenberg: Code Reads
10/08/2006A Stepper for Scheme MacrosA Stepper for Scheme Macros
10/08/2006A Very Modal Model of a Modern, Major, General Type SystemA Very Modal Model of a Modern, Major, General Type System
10/11/2006It seeme that the SEP has aA Very Modal Model of a Modern, Major, General Type System
10/06/2006Debugging Backwards in TimeDebugging Backwards in Time
10/06/2006AmusingGoogle Code Search
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10/02/2006An Incremental Approach to Compiler ConstructionAn Incremental Approach to Compiler Construction
10/05/2006Both? I am not sure exactlyAn Incremental Approach to Compiler Construction
10/01/2006Tim Bray: Dynamic-Language IDEsTim Bray: Dynamic-Language IDEs
09/30/2006Knock knock...Knock knock...
09/30/2006Computational ThinkingComputational Thinking
09/30/2006It's in Metamagical Themas.Computational Thinking
09/30/2006I remember thinking PolyglotWhich Java compiler for a student/research project?
09/27/2006This was discussed hereMachine Obstructed Proof
09/29/2006You are, of course, quiteMachine Obstructed Proof
09/26/2006But the LtU editors shouldICFP proceedings / Scheme workshop
02/05/2007Welcome to Lambda, Prof.Is "post OO" just over?
09/23/2006Ruby metaprogramming techniquesRuby metaprogramming techniques
09/22/2006Handling multiple concurrent exceptions in C++ using futuresHandling multiple concurrent exceptions in C++ using futures
09/21/2006Marc Andreessen: A Web OdysseyMarc Andreessen: A Web Odyssey
09/21/2006The Age of ProgrammabilityMarc Andreessen: A Web Odyssey
09/20/2006Lectures on the Curry-Howard IsomorphismLectures on the Curry-Howard Isomorphism
09/21/2006That was my point...Lectures on the Curry-Howard Isomorphism
09/19/2006+1 for Logo.Why Johnny can't code
09/19/2006Indeed. See here for moreWhy Johnny can't code
09/20/2006Thanks for the link! IWhy Johnny can't code
09/25/2006The slides are here. Alas, IWhy Johnny can't code
09/19/2006Teaching Via ProgrammingWhy Johnny can't code
09/16/2006Samurai - Protecting Critical Heap Data in Unsafe LanguagesSamurai - Protecting Critical Heap Data in Unsafe Languages
09/15/2006SecPAL: Design and Semantics of a Decentralized Authorization LanguageSecPAL: Design and Semantics of a Decentralized Authorization Language
09/14/2006Great news!Draft R6RS available
09/14/2006The bigger the better,Draft R6RS available
09/15/2006I was kidding, of course,Draft R6RS available
09/13/2006Of related interest.Strongtalk goes open source
09/13/2006invokedynamic was discussStrongtalk goes open source
09/12/2006And was discussed here manyConcurrency made easy?
04/28/2009Looks nice! Did anyone lookmuSE - an embeddable scheme dialect
09/09/2006Misc NewsMisc News
09/01/2006VacationVacation
08/30/2006Reflective Program Generation with PatternsReflective Program Generation with Patterns
08/29/2006I usually use the terms asDynamic Semantics
08/30/2006No. Operational semantics isDynamic Semantics
08/29/2006Lightweight Static Capabilitites (II)Lightweight Static Capabilitites (II)
08/27/2006Ada does a fiar amount ofunchecked exceptions are like runtime type checking?
08/27/2006Of course it is.unchecked exceptions are like runtime type checking?
08/27/2006Further reading...unchecked exceptions are like runtime type checking?
08/27/2006wise man had to believeunchecked exceptions are like runtime type checking?
12/04/2006Each of us should, ofunchecked exceptions are like runtime type checking?
08/27/2006Terminologyunchecked exceptions are like runtime type checking?
08/23/2006LSEgenerating interpreters, IDEs, etc., from simple specifications?
08/22/2006Why not posted to theESC not just for Java any more
08/22/2006I moved the item to theESC not just for Java any more
08/22/2006Verified Software: Theories, Tools, and ExperimentsVerified Software: Theories, Tools, and Experiments
08/19/2006Technometria: AJAX Progress and ChallengesTechnometria: AJAX Progress and Challenges
08/20/2006Technometria: AJAX Progress and ChallengesTechnometria: AJAX Progress and Challenges
08/22/2006It might be better to figureTechnometria: AJAX Progress and Challenges
08/21/2006I meant that Java contains aClosures for Java or money back
08/21/2006Quite. Readability is aClosures for Java or money back
09/10/2006Let's end this exchange,Closures for Java or money back
08/17/2006Early retirement?Early retirement?
08/18/2006We don't discriminate basedEarly retirement?
08/13/2006Lisp Machine ManualLisp Machine Manual
08/14/2006[Admin Warning]How to make a *truly* better alternative to C++
08/12/2006[Admin ]Lambda Calculus In Java
08/12/2006Thanks!Lambda Calculus In Java
08/14/2006Having a long name is oneLambda Calculus In Java
08/09/2006It's neat to get a glimpseRevisiting Google's MapReduce
08/09/2006MapReduce itself wasRevisiting Google's MapReduce
08/08/2006CellMLCellML
08/08/2006I should perhaps add that ifCellML
08/09/2006I don't think it's beenLisp Lovers, how would you fix Lisp or bring it up to date?
08/04/2006eWeek: Sun Digging Deep for Dynamic Language SupporteWeek: Sun Digging Deep for Dynamic Language Support
08/04/2006This title is really oldeWeek: Sun Digging Deep for Dynamic Language Support
08/04/2006SESoftware Extension and Integration with Type Classes
08/03/2006[admin]Convergence
08/02/2006Busy, busy, busyBusy, busy, busy
08/01/2006Is this homework?theory of category
07/27/2006LtU turns six!LtU turns six!
07/30/2006Thanks guys, it's great toLtU turns six!
07/27/2006The solution to all your troubles...The solution to all your troubles...
07/25/2006Tim Bray: On RubyTim Bray: On Ruby
07/22/2006Cost of provably-correct codeCost of provably-correct code
07/20/2006it's an extremely importantErlang concurrency: why asynchronious messages?
07/21/2006For the record, Ada95 addedErlang concurrency: why asynchronious messages?
07/20/2006Building BlocksErlang concurrency: why asynchronious messages?
07/21/2006By the way, a faily obscureErlang concurrency: why asynchronious messages?
07/21/2006That's waht I meant earlierErlang concurrency: why asynchronious messages?
07/20/2006Revealing the X/O impedance mismatchRevealing the X/O impedance mismatch
07/20/2006New blog: A Fistful of LanguagesNew blog: A Fistful of Languages
07/19/2006A Comparison of Ada and Real-Time Java for Safety-Critical ApplicationsA Comparison of Ada and Real-Time Java for Safety-Critical Applications
07/19/2006Leaky regions: linking reclamation hints to program structureLeaky regions: linking reclamation hints to program structure
07/14/2006RecommendedHOPL III and the History of Haskell
05/28/2007For easy referenceHOPL III and the History of Haskell
07/14/2006Scala in the spotlightA Core Calculus for Scala Type Checking
07/14/2006DoneA Core Calculus for Scala Type Checking
07/14/2006For the record: I createdA Core Calculus for Scala Type Checking
07/14/2006Let's not forget thatOOP Parallel class hierarchies
07/13/2006Scheme simulator for quantum computationScheme simulator for quantum computation
07/14/2006Sorry about that. I thoughtScheme simulator for quantum computation
07/13/2006A brief survey of quantum programming languagesA brief survey of quantum programming languages
07/11/2006NATIVE: The Programmatic Natural LanguageNATIVE: The Programmatic Natural Language
07/11/2006Have you checked theCan anyone here help a newbie on language interpretation, want book reference and possible sample code.
07/12/2006Me too...Socially Responsive, Environmentally Friendly Logic
07/13/2006No, no. It just tells youSocially Responsive, Environmentally Friendly Logic
07/09/2006Abstracting Allocation: The New new ThingAbstracting Allocation: The New new Thing
07/06/2006CLPython - an implementation of Python in Common LispCLPython - an implementation of Python in Common Lisp
07/03/20062006 ICFP Contest registration opens2006 ICFP Contest registration opens
07/04/2006It's even in the researchA new implementation of recursive-descent parsing?
07/01/2006The First 10 Prolog Programming ContestsThe First 10 Prolog Programming Contests
07/01/2006Amusing questionAmusing question
07/01/2006I was going to say that IAmusing question
07/01/2006The part that makes it amusing...Amusing question
06/30/2006And don't forget theGottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
06/28/2006PLT Scheme GC TechnologyPLT Scheme GC Technology
06/27/2006There's been work on RT javaOxymoronic? "Safety-critical development guidelines for real-time Java"
06/28/2006If I were going to write aOxymoronic? "Safety-critical development guidelines for real-time Java"
06/26/2006R6RS Status ReportR6RS Status Report
06/27/2006ThanksR6RS Status Report
06/28/2006When discussing papers thatR6RS Status Report
06/26/2006Looks interesting. Thanks.Nanopass Compiler Framework
06/26/2006Securing the .NET Programming ModelSecuring the .NET Programming Model
06/26/2006The C in CLRSecuring the .NET Programming Model
06/25/2006LtU: Policies documentLtU: Policies document
06/27/2006Quite.Perhaps it's just me,LtU: Policies document
06/27/2006Regarding the publishing ofLtU: Policies document
06/27/2006Rules and regulationsLtU: Policies document
06/27/2006Item 4(b) says: The detailedLtU: Policies document
06/27/2006Unless you are waiting toLtU: Policies document
06/29/2006I agree that the fact thatLtU: Policies document
06/30/2006I think changing the searchLtU: Policies document
07/02/2006You are right about theLtU: Policies document
06/29/2006We think the policiesLtU: Policies document
06/29/2006find some easy way forLtU: Policies document
07/01/2006This one is problematic...LtU: Policies document
07/03/2006I think that as an exampleLtU: Policies document
07/03/2006Hijacking threadsLtU: Policies document
07/03/2006How about you give theLtU: Policies document
06/25/2006Microsoft Robotics StudioMicrosoft Robotics Studio
06/23/2006Quite. A LtU discussion ofPetition for adding garbage collection to C++.
06/25/2006Let's not a start aPetition for adding garbage collection to C++.
06/25/2006LFSPPetition for adding garbage collection to C++.
06/25/2006If this discussion (which isPetition for adding garbage collection to C++.
06/25/2006For those in the dark, readPetition for adding garbage collection to C++.
06/22/2006PLT web server used in "real life"PLT web server used in "real life"
06/23/2006I should have mentionedPLT web server used in "real life"
06/23/2006Tried and testedRules for Developing Safety-Critical Code
06/24/2006Of course. The point is thatRules for Developing Safety-Critical Code
06/21/2006I think the answer they areRules for Developing Safety-Critical Code
06/26/2006[admin]What are the real benefits of FP?
06/25/2006I don't feel like I'm addingWhat are the real benefits of FP?
06/25/2006To clarify: Do you mean thatWhat are the real benefits of FP?
06/26/2006After reading the responses,What are the real benefits of FP?
06/20/2006The oral histories are funCharles Babbage Institute
06/20/2006They were forum items notCharles Babbage Institute
06/20/2006Use blockquote forA Mobility Calculus with Local and Dependent Types
06/18/2006Variance and Generalized Constraints for C# GenericsVariance and Generalized Constraints for C# Generics
06/18/2006Comments, anyone?Variance and Generalized Constraints for C# Generics
06/19/2006What's going to be online?Lang .NET Symposium Registration Now Open
06/17/2006Scheme2JsScheme2Js
06/20/2006Why Functional Programming MattersThe OO barrier
06/18/2006Rules of civilized conversationWhy only 'minimal' languages
06/16/2006This reminds me...The Semicolon Wars
06/15/2006IFIP WG 2.2 Anniversary MeetingIFIP WG 2.2 Anniversary Meeting
06/13/2006I am just back fromChurch-Turning is False?
06/13/2006Direct link to the previousFormal verification of a C-Compiler frontend.
06/12/2006Technical Work on Ada 2005 Standard CompletedTechnical Work on Ada 2005 Standard Completed
06/09/2006Previous threads of interestHuman Factors Research On Programming Language Syntax
06/10/2006NL programmingHuman Factors Research On Programming Language Syntax
06/08/2006LtU: blog not forum!LtU: blog not forum!
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06/08/2006Joshua Bloch: "Nearly All Binary Searches Broken"Joshua Bloch: "Nearly All Binary Searches Broken"
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06/08/2006Why Are ALL Programming Languages So Low Level?Why Are ALL Programming Languages So Low Level?
06/08/2006Troll?Why Are ALL Programming Languages So Low Level?
06/07/2006Completely off-topic forPublic resources for ECMAScript Edition 4
06/08/2006We have a DSL departmentPublic resources for ECMAScript Edition 4
06/09/2006is this post beyond thePublic resources for ECMAScript Edition 4
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06/05/2006Isn't the RSS feed for theEmail/news interface
06/27/2006Thanks. If we decide to goEmail/news interface
06/28/2006Personally, I find thatEmail/news interface
06/29/2006OK. We'll look into it.Email/news interface
06/04/2006The Origins and Nature of ComputationThe Origins and Nature of Computation
06/29/2006The Origins and Nature of ComputationThe Origins and Nature of Computation
06/09/2006To me this all seemed ratherRelevance of Curry-Howard
06/09/2006No FP neededRelevance of Curry-Howard
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06/01/2006Designing Components with the C++ STLDesigning Components with the C++ STL
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06/01/2006Ada UK Conference 2006 (slides & videos)Ada UK Conference 2006 (slides & videos)
06/01/2006Not reallyAda UK Conference 2006 (slides & videos)
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06/01/2006Oz has macros!Oz has macros!
05/31/2006The Weird World of Bi-Directional ProgrammingThe Weird World of Bi-Directional Programming
06/01/2006Fixed. Thanks.The Weird World of Bi-Directional Programming
05/31/2006Javascript departmentJavascript department
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05/31/2006Mini pollNarrative Javascript
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06/02/2006PL related?Timor: adding "qualifying" and "attribute" types to the OO realm.
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05/31/2006This article might be ofyet another noob via "little lisper" and scheme
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06/02/2006Kanren was influencedBuried Treasure - No Fluff Just Stuff
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05/26/2006I have no practicalRavenscar Profile?
05/26/2006Linspire chooses Haskell as preferred languageLinspire chooses Haskell as preferred language
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05/26/2006I thought about it,"New story" template
05/26/2006Consistency is"New story" template
09/21/2006[Admin]"New story" template
05/25/2006Thanks :-)Software ideals and history
05/25/2006A vewry similar quote can beSoftware ideals and history
05/26/2006RightSoftware ideals and history
05/26/2006a more comprehensive set ofSoftware ideals and history
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05/24/2006Transactional memory with data invariantsTransactional memory with data invariants
05/25/2006Comments?Transactional memory with data invariants
05/25/2006True, my message was aTransactional memory with data invariants
05/23/2006I tend to agree. If youEditing posts
05/23/2006pseudonymsEditing posts
05/24/2006I agree that persistence ofEditing posts
05/23/2006re pseudonyms: Like I said,Editing posts
05/23/2006I fixed the orignal post.Orca chosen as default Syllable scripting language
05/22/2006Code Generation NetworkCode Generation Network
05/22/2006GoodCode Generation Network
05/23/2006I am glad to learn the I wasCode Generation Network
05/23/2006If you really need codeCode Generation Network
05/22/2006Micro-KanrenMicro-Kanren
05/20/2006But you should become anAutomath
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05/20/2006Gilad Bracha: Will Continuations continue?Gilad Bracha: Will Continuations continue?
05/20/2006RightGilad Bracha: Will Continuations continue?
05/21/2006it doesn't seem very majorGilad Bracha: Will Continuations continue?
05/20/2006Departments in need...Departments in need...
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08/19/2006The Google PC?Google Web Toolkit
05/18/2006Library-Centric Software Design LCSDགLibrary-Centric Software Design LCSDག
05/18/2006Ada?The World's Most Maintainable Programming Language
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05/16/2006Paul Vick: BASIC principlesPaul Vick: BASIC principles
05/17/2006"bends over backwards tryingPaul Vick: BASIC principles
05/17/2006NeitherPaul Vick: BASIC principles
05/16/2006Concurrency is hardThe Problem With Threads
05/18/2006AdaThe Problem With Threads
09/24/2006[Admin ]ruby vs python
05/25/2006Spot onruby vs python
05/16/2006Not to defend Python orruby vs python
05/18/2006Monads are ok...ruby vs python
01/16/2008PyPy was discussed hereruby vs python
05/13/2006AttentionBuilding Interpreters by Composing Monads
05/13/2006You are correctBuilding Interpreters by Composing Monads
05/12/2006One of the privileges ofBuilding Interpreters by Composing Monads
05/10/2006Block performance in RubyBlock performance in Ruby
05/16/2006What really is cute is howBlock performance in Ruby
05/18/2006Nope, don't see a referenceBlock performance in Ruby
09/14/2006Admittedly this subject is aThe three dimensions of proofs
05/09/2006TerminologyParameteric Polymorphism from a C++ Perspective (good or bad?)
05/09/2006I was a bit vague before, soParameteric Polymorphism from a C++ Perspective (good or bad?)
05/10/2006ComapreMathLang
05/09/2006GPThe Push Programming Language
05/10/2006Methodological suggestionThe Nature of Lisp (a tutorial)
05/11/2006MetaphorsThe Nature of Lisp (a tutorial)
05/08/2006Computer Science Looks for a RemakeComputer Science Looks for a Remake
05/09/2006Can we try to foucs theComputer Science Looks for a Remake
06/03/2006Was this item supposed to goMultidimensional Virtual Classes
06/03/2006Sorry about that, I didn'tMultidimensional Virtual Classes
05/07/2006A Hacker's Introduction to Partial EvaluationA Hacker's Introduction to Partial Evaluation
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05/26/2006Literate programmingYour favourite editor/IDE
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08/27/2006[Admin]: Opinions and rantsYour favourite editor/IDE
05/02/2006This is a very goodProofs are Programs: 19th Century Logic and 21st Century Computing
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05/06/2006Another writeup.Natural Language Programming for Interactive Fiction
05/01/2006Links: Web Programming Without TiersLinks: Web Programming Without Tiers
05/03/2006There's a demos page here.Links: Web Programming Without Tiers
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05/06/2006If I still signed myselfWhat do you believe about Programming Languages (that you can't prove (yet))?
05/02/2006Examples?What do you believe about Programming Languages (that you can't prove (yet))?
05/03/2006I think I understand whatWhat do you believe about Programming Languages (that you can't prove (yet))?
07/28/2006Hey, this looks interesting!What do you believe about Programming Languages (that you can't prove (yet))?
05/19/2009You mean something like this?What do you believe about Programming Languages (that you can't prove (yet))?
04/27/2006Rethinking Linguistic RelativityRethinking Linguistic Relativity
04/28/2006The Piraha tribe wasRethinking Linguistic Relativity
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04/29/2006True, I presented aRethinking Linguistic Relativity
04/29/2006ContextRethinking Linguistic Relativity
04/27/2006Looks like a niceImplementation of Hecl
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04/27/2006RelevanceChuck - Concurrent audio programming language
04/25/2006J2MEJ2ME
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04/25/2006I miss you guys...I miss you guys...
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04/25/2006If I understand youDeconstructing Process Isolation
04/22/2006ACM Queuecast: systems on a chipACM Queuecast: systems on a chip
04/21/2006New Common Lisp FAQNew Common Lisp FAQ
04/22/2006You are right.New Common Lisp FAQ
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04/19/2006FixedThe content of this field is private and only visible to yourself
04/25/2006Is anyone using this field?The content of this field is private and only visible to yourself
04/19/2006Comparing XSLT and XQueryComparing XSLT and XQuery
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04/19/2006Guest bloggersLang .NET 2006
04/20/2006I agree with Anton. I justLang .NET 2006
04/20/2006AnnouncementsLang .NET 2006
04/20/2006I was always against postingLang .NET 2006
04/20/2006Good pointLang .NET 2006
04/20/2006David, you can be as adamantLang .NET 2006
04/23/2006Mailing listsLang .NET 2006
09/18/2006Continuing old threads isLang .NET 2006
04/19/2006All interesting questions ofE Thesis: Robust Composition
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04/12/2006JRubyJRuby
04/10/2006Missing wordFunctional Programming Has Reached The Masses; It's Called Visual Basic
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04/12/2006Expression treesFunctional Programming Has Reached The Masses; It's Called Visual Basic
04/08/2006Flexible Exception Handling (in Smalltalk)Flexible Exception Handling (in Smalltalk)
04/06/2006Microsoft AtlasMicrosoft Atlas
04/10/2006Details pleasePython 2.5a1 released
04/05/2006The Martin Fowler link ispublic vs. published interfaces
04/04/2006Not to mention closures inany functional language without GC?
04/03/2006Native delimited continuations in (byte-code) OCamlNative delimited continuations in (byte-code) OCaml
04/04/2006Our goal is quality notNative delimited continuations in (byte-code) OCaml
04/03/2006Put a smile on myfoldl and foldr
04/06/2006These things were disucssedfoldl and foldr
04/03/2006Original LtU discussionDisruptive PLT, 4 years later
04/01/2006PHP? Not for long.PHP 6 picks up GOTO and COMEFROM
03/30/2006Class decorators in PythonClass decorators in Python
03/30/2006Ada"Semi-complete" Boolean Evaluation?
03/26/2006Contributing Editors?Contributing Editors?
04/16/2006I guess everyone is onContributing Editors?
03/24/2006Google Reader and "continuations"Google Reader and "continuations"
03/27/2006That much is obvious.Google Reader and "continuations"
03/21/2006Gosling vs. Dynamic LanguagesGosling vs. Dynamic Languages
03/22/2006Reminder...Gosling vs. Dynamic Languages
03/23/2006I agreeGosling vs. Dynamic Languages
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03/22/2006A Comparative Study of Language Support for Generic ProgrammingEssential Language Support for Generic Programming
03/19/2006Lambda Calculus course (Oxford)Lambda Calculus course (Oxford)
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03/16/2006Here.Social science research about programming language adoption?
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03/15/2006JOT: On The Next Move in ProgrammingJOT: On The Next Move in Programming
03/17/2006Language AdvocacyACM Queue: On Usability of Programming Languages
03/11/2006ACM Queue: A Conversation with Steve Ross-TalbotACM Queue: A Conversation with Steve Ross-Talbot
06/02/2006In the queueACM Queue: A Conversation with Steve Ross-Talbot
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03/02/2006Uncompilable codeLiteratePrograms wiki
03/02/2006Just capture whatever it isLiteratePrograms wiki
03/02/2006You are right, of course.LiteratePrograms wiki
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03/26/2006Is the patch available?LiteratePrograms wiki
03/02/2006Life and Times of Anders HejlsbergLife and Times of Anders Hejlsberg
03/02/2006I was being facetious...Life and Times of Anders Hejlsberg
03/02/2006Do us proud, Dave!Do us proud, Dave!
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02/27/2006:-)Leak Free Javascript Closures
02/27/2006I was joking...Leak Free Javascript Closures
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02/23/2006Norman Ramsey: CS257 - Programming with ConcurrencyNorman Ramsey: CS257 - Programming with Concurrency
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02/22/2006Introduction to the Java EE 5 PlatformIntroduction to the Java EE 5 Platform
02/23/2006Spring vs. EJB3Introduction to the Java EE 5 Platform
02/24/2006i sometimes think j2ee isIntroduction to the Java EE 5 Platform
02/24/2006i learnt from theIntroduction to the Java EE 5 Platform
04/06/2006And the answer is?Introduction to the Java EE 5 Platform
02/25/2006ThanksIntroduction to the Java EE 5 Platform
03/01/200610xIntroduction to the Java EE 5 Platform
03/02/2006Just asking...Introduction to the Java EE 5 Platform
02/20/2006Dynamic Plug-In Linking, Loading, & Dispatching with Ada 2005Dynamic Plug-In Linking, Loading, & Dispatching with Ada 2005
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02/14/2006Framing the questionsInterval Computations
02/14/2006ClarificationInterval Computations
02/11/2006I'm not really sure if thisType theory question...
02/11/2006Guido: Language Design Is Not Just Solving PuzzlesGuido: Language Design Is Not Just Solving Puzzles
02/11/2006The runtime, and,Guido: Language Design Is Not Just Solving Puzzles
02/12/2006In current practice other,Guido: Language Design Is Not Just Solving Puzzles
02/12/2006SEGuido: Language Design Is Not Just Solving Puzzles
02/12/2006Well, Kay was they first toGuido: Language Design Is Not Just Solving Puzzles
02/13/2006Glass remains sceptical ofGuido: Language Design Is Not Just Solving Puzzles
02/13/2006I am not sure I understandGuido: Language Design Is Not Just Solving Puzzles
02/13/2006No, it's the other wayGuido: Language Design Is Not Just Solving Puzzles
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02/10/2006I even went so far as toUnix as programming language
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02/01/2006Troll?Weak vs. strong typing
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01/30/2006Can you see the input formatline breaks?
01/30/2006Ok. Will investigate...line breaks?
02/10/2006It seems fine in Blogline,line breaks?
02/01/2006PL relatedLambda the Ultimate Set Comprehension
01/28/2006PyPyPyPy
01/28/2006Ruby?PyPy
01/26/2006MyHDLMyHDL
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01/26/2006Javascript InheritanceJavascript Inheritance
01/25/2006PiDucePiDuce
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01/27/2006Good questionsBeyond LINQ: A Manifesto For Distributed Data-Intensive Programming
01/29/2006Python does allow one toBeyond LINQ: A Manifesto For Distributed Data-Intensive Programming
01/29/2006This is indeed what I wasBeyond LINQ: A Manifesto For Distributed Data-Intensive Programming
01/23/2006Wadler's Blog: Penn, PADL, POPL, and Plan-XWadler's Blog: Penn, PADL, POPL, and Plan-X
04/09/2008The best way to predict the future...Wadler's Blog: Penn, PADL, POPL, and Plan-X
04/09/2008Fixed. Thanks.Wadler's Blog: Penn, PADL, POPL, and Plan-X
01/23/2006Haskell is not not MLHaskell is not not ML
01/23/2006HardHaskell is not not ML
01/23/2006Thermodynamics and Garbage CollectionHaskell is not not ML
01/23/2006Haskell vs. Erlang, ReloadedHaskell vs. Erlang, Reloaded
10/19/2008Actually both threads areChoice of OS of LtU readers
10/20/2008Couldn't have said it betterChoice of OS of LtU readers
01/22/2006Infrastructure AnnouncementInfrastructure Announcement
01/22/2006Switch completeInfrastructure Announcement
01/22/2006So far so goodInfrastructure Announcement
01/20/2006It's true that first order loWhat is a Proposition?
01/20/2006Philosophy or Math?What is a Proposition?
01/18/2006Lisp is sinLisp is sin
01/18/2006Let's try not to use insultinLisp is sin
01/19/2006The LtU styleLisp is sin
01/20/2006Our discussion of the MFA isLisp is sin
01/18/2006Spring School on Datatype-Generic Programming 2006Spring School on Datatype-Generic Programming 2006
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01/30/2006Thanks.Scala 2
01/30/2006I am beginning to think thatScala 2
01/17/2006NiceGAWK (GNU AWK) for AI?
01/18/2006Wow!GAWK (GNU AWK) for AI?
08/25/2008Any news?GAWK (GNU AWK) for AI?
01/20/2006That's kinda like what Jpn BeGAWK (GNU AWK) for AI?
01/23/2006Funny!GAWK (GNU AWK) for AI?
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01/15/2006Alternative (complementary) anglePaul Vick: Language Design & Paying the UI "Tax"
01/16/2006Most of these usually requirePaul Vick: Language Design & Paying the UI "Tax"
01/17/2006QuitePaul Vick: Language Design & Paying the UI "Tax"
01/21/2006InnovationNew for Python 2.5
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01/10/2006Tim Bray: Don't Invent XML LanguagesTim Bray: Don't Invent XML Languages
01/10/2006That's even worse :-)Tim Bray: Don't Invent XML Languages
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01/10/2006Locality vs. LocalizationSingleton classes really that bad?
01/09/2006Ada, yet againSingleton classes really that bad?
01/07/2006Java Subtype Tests in Real-TimeJava Subtype Tests in Real-Time
01/10/2006ThanksJava Subtype Tests in Real-Time
01/06/2006Lego Mindstorms NXT Robotics AnnouncedLego Mindstorms NXT Robotics Announced
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01/06/2006A couple more papersClassic CS Texts
01/02/2006Fortran articles onlineFortran articles online
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01/02/2006I think we are saying somethiAuld Lang Alice
01/02/2006No, only of clichés...Auld Lang Alice
12/30/2005Ada?Guy Steele on Language Design
12/30/2005Not too flat... And I generalJoel Spolsky views on CS education
12/30/2005InheritanceJoel Spolsky views on CS education
12/31/2005And see this.Joel Spolsky views on CS education
01/06/2006We need to eliminate the phasJoel Spolsky views on CS education
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12/30/2005The point is that it seems toLanguage affects 'half of vision'
01/03/2006The PNAS paperLanguage affects 'half of vision'
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01/04/2006MindsormsInsights on teaching computer programming
12/28/2005ReductionInsights on teaching computer programming
12/28/2005The I/O modelInsights on teaching computer programming
12/23/2005Good question!The undergraduate language course: what to do?
12/26/2005Too hard...The undergraduate language course: what to do?
12/21/2005Beyond "Beyond Java" etc.Beyond "Beyond Java" etc.
12/22/2005ThanksBeyond "Beyond Java" etc.
12/20/2005Well?!Well?!
12/18/2005The Behavior of BehaviorThe Behavior of Behavior
12/19/2005No one?The Behavior of Behavior
12/19/2005Got itThe Behavior of Behavior
12/17/2005ChickenfootChickenfoot
12/20/2005I am thinking about buildingChickenfoot
12/17/2005G-Men Called on W-Hats for WMVDG-Men Called on W-Hats for WMVD
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12/11/2005Frege's Contribution to Philosophy of LanguageFrege's Contribution to Philosophy of Language
12/15/2005Strong claimFrege's Contribution to Philosophy of Language
12/11/2005Back to the future...Back to the future...
12/09/2005Good subject!Types and reflection
12/11/2005General linksTypes and reflection
12/07/2005Fusion in less spaceFusion in less space
12/06/2005Envisioning a New Language: A Conversation With Victoria LivschitzEnvisioning a New Language: A Conversation With Victoria Livschitz
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12/04/2005A couple of observationsFormal Frustration...
12/03/2005Lisp Books onlineLisp Books online
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12/06/2005redditMisc Links
11/30/2005Lock-Free Data Structures using STMs in HaskellLock-Free Data Structures using STMs in Haskell
11/29/2005AdminingGhost bumps
11/28/2005John VlissidesJohn Vlissides
11/30/2005Ralph Johnson remembers.John Vlissides
11/26/2005Aliens...Systematic search for lambda expressions
11/25/2005I guess it's time you signedMonads are an idiom, but Idiom isn't a monad
11/25/2005New category for Ruby postsNew category for Ruby posts
11/24/2005Generalized Algebraic Data Types and Object-Oriented ProgrammingGeneralized Algebraic Data Types and Object-Oriented Programming
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11/23/2005AvailabilityCode Reading
11/23/2005Code ReadingCode Reading
11/24/2005It's great stuff. I love codeCode Reading
11/23/2005according to Ehud's rules theCode Reading
11/23/2005Snippets vs. "Real Programs"Code Reading
11/24/2005Is it impossible to write beaCode Reading
11/24/2005Good way of putting itCode Reading
05/29/2009Knowing how to format codeCode Reading
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11/24/2005Be inclusiveCode Reading
11/24/2005there is a concept of beautyCode Reading
11/23/2005So, reflection, extension andDependent types: literature, implementations and limitations ?
11/21/2005VB? ;-)Monads in Ruby
11/20/2005FORTRAN 25th anniversary film onlineFORTRAN 25th anniversary film online
11/18/2005Felleisen: How to Design Class HierarchiesFelleisen: How to Design Class Hierarchies
11/18/2005FixedFelleisen: How to Design Class Hierarchies
11/17/2005The X10 Programming LanguageThe X10 Programming Language
11/21/2005Guy Steele...Fortress Specs Updated: 0.785
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11/10/2005TermsBattling Bugs: A Digital Quagmire
11/10/2005You shouldThe Role of Type Equality in Meta-Programming
11/09/2005Software Factories at OOPSLA 2005Software Factories at OOPSLA 2005
11/09/2005ExactlySoftware Factories at OOPSLA 2005
11/09/2005PDC videos onlinePDC videos online
11/09/2005OOPSLA 2005: Io, a small programming languageOOPSLA 2005: Io, a small programming language
11/17/2005Quick ReviewThe Reasoned Schemer
11/19/2005The challengeThe Reasoned Schemer
11/21/2005Thanks for the clarification.The Reasoned Schemer
11/25/2005It dependsThe Reasoned Schemer
11/08/2005Busy, busy, busyBusy, busy, busy
04/29/2008Off-topic and/or spam.iPod-compatible SICP
11/02/2005You know, of course, that theSmalltalk case-statement
11/02/2005Lightweight Formal MethodsAlloy: A Simple Structural Modeling Language Based on First-Order Logic
11/03/2005And Rice...Alloy: A Simple Structural Modeling Language Based on First-Order Logic
10/29/2005Does Visual Studio Rot the Mind?Does Visual Studio Rot the Mind?
10/30/2005Being unable to write code thDoes Visual Studio Rot the Mind?
10/29/2005New blogNew blog
10/28/2005OOPSLA 2005 ReportsOOPSLA 2005 Reports
10/28/2005Programming LanguagesOOPSLA 2005 Reports
10/28/2005SEOOPSLA 2005 Reports
10/29/2005That's not the pointOOPSLA 2005 Reports
11/02/2005But naturally what we have isOOPSLA 2005 Reports
10/29/2005Half?OOPSLA 2005 Reports
10/29/2005Yes, we should distinguish clOOPSLA 2005 Reports
10/30/2005PragmaticsOOPSLA 2005 Reports
10/29/2005Some commentsOOPSLA 2005 Reports
11/03/2005More on RiceOOPSLA 2005 Reports
11/05/2005Language types =/= type system typesOOPSLA 2005 Reports
10/28/2005An Overview of the Singularity ProjectAn Overview of the Singularity Project
10/28/2005AdaAn Overview of the Singularity Project
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10/28/2005Map of LtU readersMap of LtU readers
11/04/2005Global distribution of users?Map of LtU readers
10/27/2005PTQLFinding Application Errors Using PQL: A Program Query Language
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10/27/2005Just What is it that Makes Martin-Lof's Type Theory so Different, so Appealing?Just What is it that Makes Martin-Lof's Type Theory so Different, so Appealing?
10/27/2005C-H and DummetJust What is it that Makes Martin-Lof's Type Theory so Different, so Appealing?
10/28/2005I sort of got that...Just What is it that Makes Martin-Lof's Type Theory so Different, so Appealing?
10/27/2005ThanksJust What is it that Makes Martin-Lof's Type Theory so Different, so Appealing?
10/27/2005NoJust What is it that Makes Martin-Lof's Type Theory so Different, so Appealing?
10/28/2005I was talking about the factJust What is it that Makes Martin-Lof's Type Theory so Different, so Appealing?
10/28/2005Ehud thought someone might,Just What is it that Makes Martin-Lof's Type Theory so Different, so Appealing?
10/26/2005Lowering the barriers to programmingLowering the barriers to programming
10/26/2005TrueLowering the barriers to programming
10/26/2005Deep stuffJournal "Logical Methods in CS"
10/27/2005I predict that LtU will becoJournal "Logical Methods in CS"
10/26/2005HopeJournal "Logical Methods in CS"
10/25/2005Contributing Editor StatusJournal "Logical Methods in CS"
10/24/2005Nested Lists are TreesWhy Lists?
10/27/2005SetsWhy Lists?
10/21/2005:-)Terminology proposal
10/21/2005Linear types for aliased resourcesLinear types for aliased resources
10/21/2005What do you mean by studying "programming languages"?What do you mean by studying "programming languages"?
10/21/2005Aspects of LanguagesWhat do you mean by studying "programming languages"?
10/21/2005The Y of WhyWhat do you mean by studying "programming languages"?
10/22/2005My original questionWhat do you mean by studying "programming languages"?
10/23/2005Great quoteWhat do you mean by studying "programming languages"?
10/23/2005You are de manWhat do you mean by studying "programming languages"?
10/23/2005This isn't a meta discussionWhat do you mean by studying "programming languages"?
10/24/2005I was thinking about the secoWhat do you mean by studying "programming languages"?
10/25/2005ACM classification schemeWhat do you mean by studying "programming languages"?
10/22/2005See this...Bruce Tate: Technologies that may challenge Java
11/03/2005I feel the urge...Bruce Tate: Technologies that may challenge Java
11/03/2005Actually this phenomenon is qBruce Tate: Technologies that may challenge Java
11/09/2005Well...Bruce Tate: Technologies that may challenge Java
10/20/2005C#: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: An Interview with Anders HejlsbergC#: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: An Interview with Anders Hejlsberg
10/22/2005ClarificationC#: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: An Interview with Anders Hejlsberg
10/19/2005Larry Wal: State of the OnionLarry Wal: State of the Onion
10/19/2005Multigame A Very High Level Language for Describing Board GamesMultigame A Very High Level Language for Describing Board Games
10/19/2005Yes, I googled it before postMultigame A Very High Level Language for Describing Board Games
10/19/2005Different issuesBest default sequence?
10/19/2005Personally, I don't think thaBest default sequence?
10/21/2005OTBest default sequence?
10/18/2005Modular Checking for Buffer Overflows in the LargeModular Checking for Buffer Overflows in the Large
10/18/2005Commercial Users of Functional Programming (CUFP)Commercial Users of Functional Programming (CUFP)
10/18/2005One "feature" of C/C++ that iTest post
10/18/2005Here it isTest post
10/19/2005chuckleObject Oriented Programming + Referential Transparency
10/17/2005Mechanizing Language DefinitionsMechanizing Language Definitions
10/18/2005TwelfMechanizing Language Definitions
10/19/2005Semantics, typesMechanizing Language Definitions
10/18/2005ExampleMechanizing Language Definitions
10/18/2005Yes. Thanks.Mechanizing Language Definitions
10/13/2005Syntactic Abstraction in Component InterfacesSyntactic Abstraction in Component Interfaces
10/14/2005PL/I pseudovariablesExpressions vs Statements
10/20/2005IT ConversationsAmerican lecture tour gets real
10/12/2005There is no "new LtU".Formal methods for O/R mapping
08/15/2007Please restrict theFormal methods for O/R mapping
08/15/2007[Admin]Formal methods for O/R mapping
10/10/2005The subject of this thread isThe Church-Turing Thesis: Breaking the Myth
10/08/2005[Admin]Problems with Embedding Eclipse/Prolog in VC++
10/07/2005XNHTMLXNHTML
10/07/2005ClarificationXNHTML
10/08/2005End-User DSLsXNHTML
10/08/2005DSLsXNHTML
10/08/2005ExactlyXNHTML
10/07/2005You sure can discuss thee praScalability
10/07/2005Success storiesScalability
10/07/2005LFSP all over again?Scalability
10/07/2005A couple of observationsScalability
10/06/2005Control-Flow IntegrityControl-Flow Integrity
10/04/2005MIT CADR Source Snapshot ReleasedMIT CADR Source Snapshot Released
10/05/2005[Admin]Chapel: "Solving the parallel programming problem"
10/01/2005It is similar"The Anatomy of a Loop"
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10/06/2005True"The Anatomy of a Loop"
09/29/2005InvokedynamicInvokedynamic
09/30/2005The termInvokedynamic
09/29/2005LtU etiquetteLtU etiquette
09/30/2005NamesLtU etiquette
10/02/2005LicenseLtU etiquette
10/05/2005One bad appleLtU etiquette
09/29/2005Propositional Satisfiability and Constraint Programming: A comparative SurveyPropositional Satisfiability and Constraint Programming: A comparative Survey
09/27/2005LtU: Style and FocusLtU: Style and Focus
09/27/2005Huh?LtU: Style and Focus
09/27/2005Contributing EditorsLtU: Style and Focus
09/27/2005Guidelines/FAQLtU: Style and Focus
09/27/2005OverkillLtU: Style and Focus
09/27/2005Sure, why notLtU: Style and Focus
09/27/2005I'd ask that the forum be kepLtU: Style and Focus
09/27/2005SureLtU: Style and Focus
09/28/2005Me 2LtU: Style and Focus
09/29/2005FPLtU: Style and Focus
01/19/2006StatusContinuations library for Java
01/23/2006So for something actually inContinuations library for Java
01/24/2006ThanksContinuations library for Java
09/23/2005A Type Discipline for Authorization PoliciesA Type Discipline for Authorization Policies
09/23/2005XQuery Implementation in a Relational Database SystemXQuery Implementation in a Relational Database System
09/22/2005Previously on LtULogix: Multi-Language Programming
09/22/2005Don't worry about it.Logix: Multi-Language Programming
09/22/2005YuckMondo bizarro
09/22/2005HmmMondo bizarro
09/23/2005OuchMondo bizarro
09/22/2005Select/From versus From/SelectSelect/From versus From/Select
05/06/2006The deed is doneSelect/From versus From/Select
09/22/2005Don Box: Scheme Is LoveDon Box: Scheme Is Love
09/23/2005What LispDon Box: Scheme Is Love
09/28/2005AyeDon Box: Scheme Is Love
09/22/2005Visual HaskellVisual Haskell
09/26/2005Thanks for the info. LtU isn'SeaFunc meets Tues. Sept. 27th
09/21/2005Enough alreadyDynamic typing in OCaml
09/20/2005RPC Under FireRPC Under Fire
09/20/2005This is just common sense vs.RPC Under Fire
09/20/2005Good pointRPC Under Fire
09/21/2005I guess you haven't read my cRPC Under Fire
09/18/2005In my opinion there is a hiddFunctional multi-method programming language
09/18/2005It's like the weather...Functional multi-method programming language
09/16/2005Haskell's overlooked object systemHaskell's overlooked object system
09/16/2005Guest Blogger Erik MeijerGuest Blogger Erik Meijer
09/19/2005It's not a FPLMost Productive FP Lang?
09/23/2005PleaseMost Productive FP Lang?
09/24/2005None of this is appropriate to LtUMost Productive FP Lang?
09/15/2005TransactionsVisual Basic 9 Interview on DDJ
09/13/2005MoreVisual Basic and LINQ
09/14/2005LINKSVisual Basic and LINQ
09/14/2005Languages and DatabasesVisual Basic and LINQ
09/14/2005Where we areVisual Basic and LINQ
09/14/2005Let's try to be concreteVisual Basic and LINQ
09/14/2005LINQ functionalityVisual Basic and LINQ
09/14/2005When you put it like that...Visual Basic and LINQ
09/15/2005An interview with Bill Gates from PDC 2005Visual Basic and LINQ
09/15/2005dynamic identifiersVisual Basic and LINQ
09/15/2005Database perspectiveVisual Basic and LINQ
09/16/2005Dynamic InterfacesVisual Basic and LINQ
09/16/2005Not reallyVisual Basic and LINQ
09/19/2005MoreVisual Basic and LINQ
09/28/2005Simple exampleVisual Basic and LINQ
09/13/2005Generic implementation of all four *F* operators: from control0 to shiftGeneric implementation of all four *F* operators: from control0 to shift
09/12/2005Twill: an extensible scriptlet language for testing web appsTwill: an extensible scriptlet language for testing web apps
09/12/2005Distributive laws for the Coinductive Solution of Recursive EquationsDistributive laws for the Coinductive Solution of Recursive Equations
09/13/2005HelpDistributive laws for the Coinductive Solution of Recursive Equations
09/09/2005Good newsTwenty-First Century Compilers
09/10/2005Nice bookTwenty-First Century Compilers
09/09/2005AdaAsynchronous Exceptions in Haskell
09/12/2005Oh boy...Haskell and creative freedom
09/08/2005More forum spamMore forum spam
09/08/2005A Bialgebraic Review of Regular Expressions, Deterministic Automata and LanguagesA Bialgebraic Review of Regular Expressions, Deterministic Automata and Languages
09/09/2005kln(2)Combining Theorem Proving and Programming
09/06/2005Etech 2006 CFPEtech 2006 CFP
09/05/2005Threads Cannot be Implemented as a LibraryThreads Cannot be Implemented as a Library
09/05/2005Guido van Rossum: Building an Open Source Project and CommunityGuido van Rossum: Building an Open Source Project and Community
09/05/2005GC / ref countingGuido van Rossum: Building an Open Source Project and Community
09/06/2005I wasn't clearGuido van Rossum: Building an Open Source Project and Community
09/05/2005JExamplesJExamples
09/05/2005YesJExamples
09/04/2005Jon Udell: The riddle of asynchronyJon Udell: The riddle of asynchrony
09/01/2005Ruby on Rails: An Interview with David Heinemeier HanssonRuby on Rails: An Interview with David Heinemeier Hansson
09/01/2005ContextLContextL
08/31/2005Laziness Without All the Hard WorkLaziness Without All the Hard Work
08/30/2005On topicReal-life use case - which PLs support it nicely?
09/06/2005Making it explicitYearning for a practical scheme
10/05/2005O(1)Yearning for a practical scheme
10/05/2005[Admin]Yearning for a practical scheme
10/05/2005Really?Yearning for a practical scheme
10/05/2005[Admin]Yearning for a practical scheme
08/29/2005Tim Bray on RubyTim Bray on Ruby
08/30/2005Guy SteeleTim Bray on Ruby
08/31/2005Really?Tim Bray on Ruby
08/31/2005I am going to be bluntTim Bray on Ruby
09/01/2005More commentsTim Bray on Ruby
08/28/2005AbstractionDoes Abstraction add Fuzziness?
08/27/2005Makes senseA section on Books
08/30/2005We haven't forgottenA section on Books
08/29/2005Code readingCodeProfiles.java - CODeDOC 2002
08/30/2005OopsCodeProfiles.java - CODeDOC 2002
08/27/2005New ServerNew Server
08/27/2005Moi aussiNew Server
08/30/2005SVGDeikto user interface in Erasmatron storytelling engine
08/27/2005CommunityFiltering Threads
08/24/2005Please become editorsScalable Component Abstractions
08/24/2005Done :-)Scalable Component Abstractions
08/25/2005And languages?Should Computer Science Get Rid of Protocols?
08/24/2005If programming languages areShould Computer Science Get Rid of Protocols?
08/22/2005The birth of the FORTRAN II subroutineThe birth of the FORTRAN II subroutine
08/22/2005When to create syntax?When to create syntax?
08/24/2005Ha!When to create syntax?
08/22/2005Jon Udell: A conversation with Jonathan Robie about XQueryJon Udell: A conversation with Jonathan Robie about XQuery
08/22/2005MapReduceSawzall - a popular language at Google
08/24/2005dAWKSawzall - a popular language at Google
05/04/2006Is this what you are lookingForum usability
05/04/2006It's too crowded over thereForum usability
05/05/2006AmusingForum usability
08/22/2005I'm backForum usability
09/29/2005Text area sizeForum usability
07/31/2005VacationVacation
04/03/2010Ha! If only...Is WWEI theVacation
04/03/2010That was exactly what I wasVacation
07/31/2005Fast and Loose Reasoning is Morally CorrectFast and Loose Reasoning is Morally Correct
07/29/2005Slides for ' Programming in Haskell'Slides for ' Programming in Haskell'
07/29/2005MonadsSlides for ' Programming in Haskell'
07/28/2005A Typed Intermediate Language for Compiling Multiple InheritanceA Typed Intermediate Language for Compiling Multiple Inheritance
07/30/2005US only problem?CTM tour during the week of Nov. 7
07/27/2005Happy Birthday, dear LambdaHappy Birthday, dear Lambda
07/28/2005Newbies forumHappy Birthday, dear Lambda
07/29/2005Getting Started threadHappy Birthday, dear Lambda
07/29/2005I tend to feel a sense of ownHappy Birthday, dear Lambda
07/28/2005Old timersHappy Birthday, dear Lambda
07/29/2005Look what we got...Happy Birthday, dear Lambda
07/27/2005Off topic4-color theorem
07/26/2005No link?Concurrent Clustered Programming
07/24/2005Lazy linear algebraLazy linear algebra
07/24/2005Kay no longer at HPKay no longer at HP
07/23/2005ACM Queue: Security Problem Solved?ACM Queue: Security Problem Solved?
07/26/2005Quotes pageThe Limits of the Semantic Extensibility of Computer Programs
07/20/2005OT requestOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/22/2005OuchOn the Revival of Dynamic Languages
07/19/2005Grady Booch: Software Engineering Grand ChallengesGrady Booch: Software Engineering Grand Challenges
07/20/2005ComplexityGrady Booch: Software Engineering Grand Challenges
07/21/2005Even in the world of the perfGrady Booch: Software Engineering Grand Challenges
07/20/2005Good pointsGrady Booch: Software Engineering Grand Challenges
07/20/2005code generationGrady Booch: Software Engineering Grand Challenges
07/20/2005BothGrady Booch: Software Engineering Grand Challenges
07/17/2005Abstract interpretation for constraint handling rulesAbstract interpretation for constraint handling rules
07/17/2005Automatic type inference via partial evaluationAutomatic type inference via partial evaluation
07/17/2005A Plan for PugsA Plan for Pugs
07/16/2005Termite: a Lisp for Distributed ComputingTermite: a Lisp for Distributed Computing
07/17/2005Here's to hoping...Termite: a Lisp for Distributed Computing
07/18/2005Poor meTermite: a Lisp for Distributed Computing
07/18/2005Thanks!Termite: a Lisp for Distributed Computing
07/14/2005General Purpose Cellular Automata ProgrammingGeneral Purpose Cellular Automata Programming
07/12/2005SISCwebSISCweb
07/11/2005Luke?Luke?
07/11/2005Well..Static Typing Where Possible, Dynamic Typing When Needed
07/17/2005Behaviour vs. SignatureStatic Typing Where Possible, Dynamic Typing When Needed
07/20/2005C# 3.0Static Typing Where Possible, Dynamic Typing When Needed
07/20/2005Prolog gave unification a badStatic Typing Where Possible, Dynamic Typing When Needed
07/20/2005I really should have put a smStatic Typing Where Possible, Dynamic Typing When Needed
07/10/2005Classic LISP books onlineClassic LISP books online
07/17/2005ReactionClassic LISP books online
07/09/2005ILC 2005 Slides and AudioILC 2005 Slides and Audio
07/09/2005C-HILC 2005 Slides and Audio
07/08/2005on LtUParrot 0.2.2 Released
07/07/2005Not just...Dynamic Languages Journal?
07/05/2005The design of C++0xThe design of C++0x
07/03/2005SpamSpam
07/09/2005Not yet...Spam
07/03/2005A Theory of Distributed ObjectsA Theory of Distributed Objects
07/03/2005Squeak tutorialSqueak tutorial
07/02/2005Behaviour: Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript functionalityBehaviour: Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript functionality
07/04/2005I blogged about this a bit beBehaviour: Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript functionality
07/05/2005High-brow?Behaviour: Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript functionality
07/03/2005Cool!!Behaviour: Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript functionality
07/04/2005:-)Behaviour: Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript functionality
07/04/2005FussBehaviour: Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript functionality
07/02/2005Language Workbenches: The Killer-App for Domain Specific Languages?Language Workbenches: The Killer-App for Domain Specific Languages?
07/04/2005Thanks!Language Workbenches: The Killer-App for Domain Specific Languages?
07/08/2005Don't forgetLanguage Workbenches: The Killer-App for Domain Specific Languages?
07/02/2005A Typed, Compositional Logic for a Stack-Based Abstract MachineA Typed, Compositional Logic for a Stack-Based Abstract Machine
06/30/2005It is funnyOok?
07/05/2005Text vs. picturesMartin Fowler on Language Workbenches and DSLs
07/02/2005Well..Hungarian Notation vs The Right Thing
07/09/2005More from Tim BrayGenerics are a mistake?
06/26/2005LispNYC's proposed Summer of Code projectsLispNYC's proposed Summer of Code projects
06/25/2005Using Sub-types and IntersectScottish Programming Language Seminar
06/23/2005How To Read a PaperHow To Read a Paper
06/23/2005NotationHow To Read a Paper
06/23/2005HumourHow To Read a Paper
06/23/2005More specificHow To Read a Paper
06/24/2005SureHow To Read a Paper
06/25/2005Now apply them..How To Read a Paper
06/23/2005MonadsA Monadic Framework for Subcontinuations
06/22/2005The Underhanded C ContestThe Underhanded C Contest
04/05/2006The Underhanded C ContestThe Underhanded C Contest
06/22/2005Backtracking, Interleaving, and Terminating Monad TransformersBacktracking, Interleaving, and Terminating Monad Transformers
06/22/2005AdsWhy recursing is better than looping
06/22/2005IndeedWhy recursing is better than looping
06/22/2005SureWhy recursing is better than looping
06/22/2005Not very surprisingWhy recursing is better than looping
06/20/2005TypeCase: A Design Pattern for Type-Indexed FunctionsTypeCase: A Design Pattern for Type-Indexed Functions
06/19/2005YubNubYubNub
06/19/2005Huh?YubNub
06/19/2005SpamYubNub
06/19/2005Book statsBook stats
06/19/2005ClassesJavaScript 2.0: Evolving a Language for Evolving Systems
06/18/2005Accurate step countingAccurate step counting
06/18/2005Maybe this can helpEmbedded Languages in Java
06/24/2005ReadingEmbedded Languages in Java
06/14/2005Tim Bray: On ThreadsTim Bray: On Threads
06/21/2005MoreTim Bray: On Threads
06/14/2005LIBRARY-CENTRIC SOFTWARE DESIGN - LCSD'05LIBRARY-CENTRIC SOFTWARE DESIGN - LCSD'05
06/14/2005A better title...LIBRARY-CENTRIC SOFTWARE DESIGN - LCSD'05
06/20/2005ArchivesLIBRARY-CENTRIC SOFTWARE DESIGN - LCSD'05
06/14/2005Two perspectives...LIBRARY-CENTRIC SOFTWARE DESIGN - LCSD'05
06/13/2005Java Generics, Arrays, and ComparablesJava Generics, Arrays, and Comparables
06/11/2005SudokuSudoku
06/13/2005Ugh?Sudoku
06/30/2006Peter NorvigSudoku
06/30/2006Quite ... ;-)Sudoku
07/01/2006Lovely!Sudoku
06/10/2005Connecting The DotsConnecting The Dots
06/09/2005?Happy Birthday, PHP...
06/11/2005You got that right!Happy Birthday, PHP...
06/09/2005RubyHappy Birthday, PHP...
06/09/2005Hear, hearCongrats in order
06/08/2005XQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0 Formal Semantics - Last CallXQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0 Formal Semantics - Last Call
06/07/2005Please try to give links to pA question I have been meaning to ask.
06/09/2005functions vs. proceduresA question I have been meaning to ask.
06/07/2005e.g.A question I have been meaning to ask.
06/06/2005From shift and reset to polarized linear logicFrom shift and reset to polarized linear logic
06/06/2005Line lengthFrom shift and reset to polarized linear logic
06/05/2005Bidirectional fold and scanBidirectional fold and scan
06/05/2005OT for LtUOpen Source Developer Rankings & Their Applications
06/03/2005Home page material?Avionics Control Systems DSL from 1994, by Doug Lea
06/02/2005Adam Bosworth: Ajax reconsideredAdam Bosworth: Ajax reconsidered
06/03/2005Vendors/DevelopersAdam Bosworth: Ajax reconsidered
06/03/2005MoreAdam Bosworth: Ajax reconsidered
06/05/2005Human FactorsVariables as Channels
06/02/2005Features?New extension for the TXL language : ETXL
06/02/2005Thanks!New extension for the TXL language : ETXL
06/02/2005Not my experienceBasic(er) Simple(r) Type Theory(?)
06/01/2005LtU needs you!LtU needs you!
06/01/2005GoodnewsLtU needs you!
06/02/2005Enough for now!LtU needs you!
06/01/2005Language, compiler and VMWhat is so bad about compiling?
05/28/2005The Essence of Data Access in CwThe Essence of Data Access in Cw
06/01/2005Real namesJudy Stores
05/27/2005Scrap your boilerplate with class: extensible generic functionsScrap your boilerplate with class: extensible generic functions
05/31/2005Huh?Short examples of complex use of state?
05/30/2005Pure/Impure classic resultsShort examples of complex use of state?
05/26/2005Generics: The Importance of WildcardsGenerics: The Importance of Wildcards
05/26/2005Lisp or ErlangLisp or Erlang
05/26/2005Differentiating Data StructuresDifferentiating Data Structures
05/23/2005Jon Udell: Tools for dynamic languagesJon Udell: Tools for dynamic languages
05/23/2005Scheme?Archiving LISP history
05/23/2005I/OHaskell for C Programmers
05/26/2005PleaseHaskell for C Programmers
05/21/2005Parameterized Unit TestsParameterized Unit Tests
05/20/2005Great papersThe Essence of Programming: Reynoldsfest at MFPS
05/20/2005LtU archivesThe Essence of Programming: Reynoldsfest at MFPS
05/22/2005SICP 4.1.7AST intermediate representations
05/17/2005Editors on VacationEditors on Vacation
05/16/2005BesemeResources related to logic?
05/15/2005Implicitly Heterogeneous Multi-stage ProgrammingImplicitly Heterogeneous Multi-stage Programming
05/14/2005Parallel Programming with Matrix Distributed ProcessingParallel Programming with Matrix Distributed Processing
05/15/2005LifeParallel Programming with Matrix Distributed Processing
05/13/2005Language-based security for mobile code, with applications to smart cardsLanguage-based security for mobile code, with applications to smart cards
05/13/2005Dtracing PythonDtracing Python
05/11/2005Python ChallengePython Challenge
05/11/2005CellangCellang
05/11/2005ExerciseCellang
09/19/2006Nice!Cellang
09/08/2006Thanks. I need thisCellang
05/11/2005Functional and Declarative Programming in Education (FDPE05)Functional and Declarative Programming in Education (FDPE05)
05/10/2005A type discipline for authorization policiesA type discipline for authorization policies
05/10/2005CommunityMore sites like Lambda
05/11/2005CheersMore sites like Lambda
05/11/2005RarelyMore sites like Lambda
05/10/2005Why Dependent Types MatterWhy Dependent Types Matter
05/10/2005Home pageWhy Dependent Types Matter
05/11/2005EpigramWhy Dependent Types Matter
05/13/2005Language of ChoiceWhy Dependent Types Matter
05/28/2005SureWhy Dependent Types Matter
05/10/2005TYPES Summer School 2005TYPES Summer School 2005
05/07/2005subtext: Uncovering the simplicity of programmingsubtext: Uncovering the simplicity of programming
05/11/2005Abstractionsubtext: Uncovering the simplicity of programming
05/05/2005Not such a bad ideaLet's make a programming language!
05/08/2005UpdateLet's make a programming language!
05/05/2005It's much harder than you thinkLet's make a programming language!
05/06/2005That sounds like funLet's make a programming language!
05/07/2005CALet's make a programming language!
09/09/2008LOLing is warranted fromLet's make a programming language!
05/04/2005Spec#Spec#
05/07/2005Dbc for JavaSpec#
05/01/2005"Dynamic Languages"Call for Papers: ACM Symposium on Dynamic Languages
05/01/2005RightCall for Papers: ACM Symposium on Dynamic Languages
05/04/2005RightCall for Papers: ACM Symposium on Dynamic Languages
05/04/2005"A Priori time" anyone?Call for Papers: ACM Symposium on Dynamic Languages
05/05/2005You are too revolutionary forCall for Papers: ACM Symposium on Dynamic Languages
05/05/2005LocalityCall for Papers: ACM Symposium on Dynamic Languages
05/02/2005Learning new languagesWhat makes Centum a bad language?
04/30/2005AlphaWorks: Pattern Modeling and Analysis Tool for Java Garbage CollectorAlphaWorks: Pattern Modeling and Analysis Tool for Java Garbage Collector
09/29/2005Interesting paperFrom Perl Monks: "pissed off about functional programming"
04/28/2005AOP blog and aosd discussionAOP blog and aosd discussion
04/26/2005Call to and for editorsCall to and for editors
04/27/2005Great talkExpressivity of lisp/scheme but speed of assembly/C/C++
04/25/2005Previously on LtU.Richard Hamming - "You and Your Research"
10/31/2005Long wait...Richard Hamming - "You and Your Research"
04/24/2005FORTRAN pilot projectFORTRAN pilot project
04/22/2005AdaWhy do they program in C++?
04/26/2005Why do they program in C++?Why do they program in C++?
04/25/2005The individualization of LtUWhy do they program in C++?
04/26/2005There is clear division betweWhy do they program in C++?
04/21/2005Computer generates verifiable mathematics proofComputer generates verifiable mathematics proof
04/21/2005TrueComputer generates verifiable mathematics proof
04/21/2005The titleComputer generates verifiable mathematics proof
04/21/2005InterestingComputer generates verifiable mathematics proof
04/21/20052005 Programming Languages Day at Watson2005 Programming Languages Day at Watson
04/21/2005Right2005 Programming Languages Day at Watson
04/20/2005Ada 2006 DocumentsAda 2006 Documents
04/20/2005JhcJhc
04/20/2005Semantic Streams: a Framework for Declarative Queries and Automatic Data InterpretationSemantic Streams: a Framework for Declarative Queries and Automatic Data Interpretation
04/19/2005Relating FFTW and Split-RadixRelating FFTW and Split-Radix
04/19/2005Y in haskellY in haskell
04/19/2005OOP+typesHow much better is the second edition of "Essentials of Programming Languages"?
04/17/2005C-H?On the Unusual Effectiveness of Logic in Computer Science
04/17/2005Top dog?On the Unusual Effectiveness of Logic in Computer Science
04/17/2005That's what I thoughtOn the Unusual Effectiveness of Logic in Computer Science
04/16/2005It was never available onlinIs EOPL available as an e-book anywhere?
04/15/2005How widespread are inhouse DSLs?How widespread are inhouse DSLs?
04/15/2005Abuse?Denotational semantics of a DSL?
04/15/2005My takeDenotational semantics of a DSL?
04/13/2005There are only som many itemsWhat makes a forum topic "active"?
04/12/2005TypingLinks
04/17/2005commercialsLinks
04/11/2005Of course, but...Dominus talks about HO Perl
04/11/2005Yes, that's what I tell my stDominus talks about HO Perl
04/11/2005MaybeDominus talks about HO Perl
04/10/2005Language Design 101Language Design 101
04/10/2005A classicLanguage Design 101
04/10/2005A similar discussionLanguage Design 101
04/11/2005ResourcesLanguage Design 101
04/12/2005DSL design examplesLanguage Design 101
04/12/2005Language UsabilityLanguage Design 101
04/11/2005Yes, and..Links Slides
04/08/2005Computerworld Development SurveyComputerworld Development Survey
04/08/2005MeaninglessComputerworld Development Survey
04/09/2005Below the radarComputerworld Development Survey
04/11/2005ElitismComputerworld Development Survey
04/11/2005Two clarificationsComputerworld Development Survey
06/15/2005I don't know...Computerworld Development Survey
06/16/2005WellComputerworld Development Survey
06/17/2005Ok thenComputerworld Development Survey
04/07/2005Higher-Order PerlHigher-Order Perl
04/06/2005AmusingPugs, Practicing the Theories.
04/05/2005Jon Udell: Languages and environmentsJon Udell: Languages and environments
04/05/2005I agreeJon Udell: Languages and environments
04/06/2005LtU doesn't work this wayJon Udell: Languages and environments
07/23/2009LushLisp-Stat does not seem to be in good health lately.
04/07/2005YesMechanics of designing and implementing a language
04/07/2005Previously on LtUMechanics of designing and implementing a language
04/08/2005SchemeQLMechanics of designing and implementing a language
05/01/2005I agreeMechanics of designing and implementing a language
03/31/2005FixedFAQ typo
03/30/2005My approachexpressivity of "idiomatic C++"
04/27/2005The promised fileexpressivity of "idiomatic C++"
09/20/2005Order-PPexpressivity of "idiomatic C++"
09/21/2005Thanksexpressivity of "idiomatic C++"
09/19/2005Original LtU discussionexpressivity of "idiomatic C++"
03/28/2005OTProgrammatic nature of subatomic make up
03/28/2005How to remove a dynamic prompt: static and dynamic delimited continuation operators are equally expressibleHow to remove a dynamic prompt: static and dynamic delimited continuation operators are equally expressible
03/30/2005ContextsHow to remove a dynamic prompt: static and dynamic delimited continuation operators are equally expressible
03/30/2005Useful contextHow to remove a dynamic prompt: static and dynamic delimited continuation operators are equally expressible
03/27/2005New Dan Friedman book coming up??New Dan Friedman book coming up??
03/29/2005Worth a lookNew Dan Friedman book coming up??
04/18/2005Look hereNew Dan Friedman book coming up??
03/26/2005Interesting stuffProper tail reflection?
03/27/2005OKProper tail reflection?
03/23/2005Not surePost new comment vs. reply
03/24/2005True...Post new comment vs. reply
03/23/2005Python: Generator methodsPython: Generator methods
03/20/2005A Tutorial on Proof Theoretic Foundations of Logic ProgrammingA Tutorial on Proof Theoretic Foundations of Logic Programming
03/21/2005It sure looked familar...A Tutorial on Proof Theoretic Foundations of Logic Programming
03/21/2005Code availableAccording to Allen Holub programming is now a liberal art. When did this happen?
03/17/2005Grady Booch: AOSD keynoteGrady Booch: AOSD keynote
03/18/2005So no one is using these features? Right...The fate of reduce() in Python 3000
03/18/2005underwhelmingThe fate of reduce() in Python 3000
03/18/2005There was a time...The fate of reduce() in Python 3000
02/08/2006Aha!The fate of reduce() in Python 3000
03/17/2005The POPLmark ChallengeThe POPLmark Challenge
03/17/2005Inside Software FactoriesInside Software Factories
03/17/2005Will Wright Presents Spore... and a New Way to Think About GamesWill Wright Presents Spore... and a New Way to Think About Games
03/18/2005RightWill Wright Presents Spore... and a New Way to Think About Games
03/18/2005Great!Online computer science archives
03/18/2005SuggestionOnline computer science archives
03/15/2005OCaml vs. C++ for Dynamic ProgrammingOCaml vs. C++ for Dynamic Programming
03/16/2005The (theoretical) general caseOCaml vs. C++ for Dynamic Programming
03/15/2005AdaEmbedding one language in another
03/12/2005Fortress focuses on the needs of scientistsFortress focuses on the needs of scientists
05/01/2005Beware of trolls...Fortress focuses on the needs of scientists
03/11/2005RequestRequest
03/11/2005Interview with Adam DunkelsInterview with Adam Dunkels
03/09/2005Educational Pearl: Automata as MacrosEducational Pearl: Automata as Macros
03/07/2005De-typechecker: converting from a type to a termDe-typechecker: converting from a type to a term
03/05/2005JavaScript and domain specific LanguagesJavaScript and domain specific Languages
03/11/2005:-)JavaScript and domain specific Languages
03/02/2005Building a Modern Computer From First PrinciplesBuilding a Modern Computer From First Principles
09/07/2005I have the book / Mini-ReviewBuilding a Modern Computer From First Principles
11/02/2005I have the book...Building a Modern Computer From First Principles
03/01/2005We have a home page for a reaIssue One of The Monad.Reader, monthly Haskell eZine
03/01/2005Well...Issue One of The Monad.Reader, monthly Haskell eZine
02/25/2005Embedded InterpretersEmbedded Interpreters
02/25/2005Proof and CounterexampleProof and Counterexample
02/25/2005Natural language...Proof and Counterexample
02/24/2005Nick Benton: Simple Relational Correctness Proofs for Static Analyses and Program TransformationsNick Benton: Simple Relational Correctness Proofs for Static Analyses and Program Transformations
02/24/2005FixedNick Benton: Simple Relational Correctness Proofs for Static Analyses and Program Transformations
03/13/2005LtUJournals and papers?
03/16/2005LtU as in "this site"Journals and papers?
02/22/2005Our DSL departmentDesigning and Implementing DSL languages: recommended reading?
02/22/2005Language designDesigning and Implementing DSL languages: recommended reading?
02/21/2005Don Box: Teaching my kids to programDon Box: Teaching my kids to program
02/27/2005Don is on the right trackDon Box: Teaching my kids to program
02/27/2005Fixed, thanks.Don Box: Teaching my kids to program
02/28/2005The Goal?Don Box: Teaching my kids to program
05/24/2007APL ?!Don Box: Teaching my kids to program
05/24/2007I don't know.Don Box: Teaching my kids to program
02/27/2009I haven't seen this book.Don Box: Teaching my kids to program
04/05/2005Another vote for SqueakDon Box: Teaching my kids to program
02/21/2005Busy, busy, busyBusy, busy, busy
02/18/2005OTWhat are The Atoms of Programming Languages?
02/17/2005Functional GeometryFunctional Geometry
02/16/2005CuteDefining new infix operators in Python
02/15/2005Barbara Partee: Reflections of a Formal Semanticist as of Feb 2005Barbara Partee: Reflections of a Formal Semanticist as of Feb 2005
02/12/2005The Little JavaScripterThe Little JavaScripter
02/15/2005PapersStupid Question.
02/16/2005OKStupid Question.
02/09/2005Code Generation with Python, Cog, and NantCode Generation with Python, Cog, and Nant
02/09/2005SureCode Generation with Python, Cog, and Nant
02/13/2005Abstraction, yet againCode Generation with Python, Cog, and Nant
02/09/2005ACM Queue: A Conversation with Alan KayACM Queue: A Conversation with Alan Kay
02/09/2005Perl6 vs Java vs Python, or, Java sucks! and the NIH FallacyPerl6 vs Java vs Python, or, Java sucks! and the NIH Fallacy
02/09/2005Go for itThe HM system does not have principal typings for all terms
02/09/2005LtU WikiWikicities
02/07/2005Python Optimization SurprisesPython Optimization Surprises
02/06/2005RightPi-ple rights oppressed
02/07/2005We have a department for thePi-ple rights oppressed
02/05/2005CTM wikiCTM wiki
02/05/2005Amazon Web Services in SchemeAmazon Web Services in Scheme
02/08/2005YesAmazon Web Services in Scheme
02/03/2005Region Streams: Functional Macroprogramming for Sensor NetworksRegion Streams: Functional Macroprogramming for Sensor Networks
02/03/2005OpenSpiceOpenSpice
02/03/2005Oh boy...A question for the theory guys
02/02/2005The JCP EC rejects JDO 2.0The JCP EC rejects JDO 2.0
02/01/2005Looks promising.GCC Wiki
02/02/2005Good ideaGCC Wiki
02/03/2005Orthogonal yet important factorAvoiding worst case GC with large amounts of data?
01/29/2005C++ OR mapping - cross platform and dbC++ OR mapping - cross platform and db
01/30/2005Hi there...C++ OR mapping - cross platform and db
02/01/2005So there isn't any?C++ OR mapping - cross platform and db
02/01/2005RequirementsC++ OR mapping - cross platform and db
04/30/2005Nope :-(C++ OR mapping - cross platform and db
01/28/2005ShortcutsGlossary of abbreviations on LTU
01/28/2005Status of XQuery in the .NET Framework 2.0Status of XQuery in the .NET Framework 2.0
01/28/2005ACM Queue: How Not to Write FORTRAN in Any LanguageACM Queue: How Not to Write FORTRAN in Any Language
01/27/2005Poly* type inference toolPoly* type inference tool
01/27/2005SyllabusFeedback Sought on Software System Design and Implementation Course
01/25/2005Really?"Popular vs. Good" in Programming Languages
01/26/2005Strange"Popular vs. Good" in Programming Languages
01/24/2005Implicit parallel functional programmingImplicit parallel functional programming
01/24/2005FixedAPL link is broken
01/21/2005Getting StartedGetting Started
01/21/2005YGetting Started
01/21/2005BooksGetting Started
01/21/2005EOPLGetting Started
01/23/2005Lambda CalculusGetting Started
01/30/2005Curry-HowardGetting Started
06/20/2006Why Functional Programming MattersGetting Started
08/26/2006I think the link from theGetting Started
11/21/2006OK. I added the link to theGetting Started
12/04/2006Why is X interestingGetting Started
06/21/2007HomeworkGetting Started
11/22/2009I am not sure what you meanGetting Started
01/21/2005ThanksDesign Docs - Tcl TIPs
01/22/2005DoneDesign Docs - Tcl TIPs
01/20/2005Principles of Program AnalysisPrinciples of Program Analysis
01/20/2005OOP Is Much Better in Theory Than in PracticeOOP Is Much Better in Theory Than in Practice
01/20/2005TrueOOP Is Much Better in Theory Than in Practice
01/21/2005OK then...OOP Is Much Better in Theory Than in Practice
01/22/2005Perhaps if we all developed tOOP Is Much Better in Theory Than in Practice
01/19/2005An Introduction to JythonAn Introduction to Jython
01/19/2005Normal-order direct-style beta-evaluator with syntax-rules, and the repeated applications of call/ccNormal-order direct-style beta-evaluator with syntax-rules, and the repeated applications of call/cc
01/19/2005Python "Monkey Typing"Python "Monkey Typing"
01/19/2005ReviewAdvanced Topics in Types and Programming Languages
01/19/2005GreatAdvanced Topics in Types and Programming Languages
01/17/2005XPath, XML, PythonXPath, XML, Python
01/17/200510xProcess algebra needs proof methodology
01/11/2005Non-determinism in functional languagesNon-determinism in functional languages
01/10/2005Two misc. itemsTwo misc. items
02/06/2005All's well that ends well?Two misc. items
01/07/2005Ian Bicking: The challenge of metaprogrammingIan Bicking: The challenge of metaprogramming
01/08/2005First thing you do..Ian Bicking: The challenge of metaprogramming
01/06/20052005 Bloggies2005 Bloggies
01/07/2005Group Blog and Topical Blog2005 Bloggies
01/06/2005DSL-specific editorsDSL-specific editors
01/06/2005Asynchronous Middleware and ServicesAsynchronous Middleware and Services
01/06/2005Editor PrivilegesNon-Deterministic Interaction Nets
01/06/2005You say this like it's a badNon-Deterministic Interaction Nets
01/05/2005Links (Wadler)Links (Wadler)
01/07/2005WadlerLinks (Wadler)
01/07/2005Aha...Links (Wadler)
02/01/2005Check this outLinks (Wadler)
01/05/2005Composable memory transactionsComposable memory transactions
01/07/2005TypesComposable memory transactions
01/08/2005ghostscript managed to handleComposable memory transactions
01/10/2005Is there a chance someone wilComposable memory transactions
01/05/2005Guido: Adding Optional Static Typing to Python -- Part IIGuido: Adding Optional Static Typing to Python -- Part II
01/02/2005My takeSPARKAda
01/04/2005SPARK _doesn't_ support polymSPARKAda
01/05/2005Dynamic Contract CheckingSPARKAda
01/01/2005XQuery and XSLT as declarative languagesXQuery and XSLT as declarative languages
01/02/2005declarative concurrent styleThe Free Lunch Is Over: A Fundamental Turn Toward Concurrency in Software
01/02/2005What about Ada?The Free Lunch Is Over: A Fundamental Turn Toward Concurrency in Software
12/31/2004ACM Queue: Languages, Levels, Libraries, and LongevityACM Queue: Languages, Levels, Libraries, and Longevity
12/30/2004XQuery in Relational Database SystemsXQuery in Relational Database Systems
12/30/2004The keynoteDanFest 2004 - in honor of Dan Friedman
12/29/2004Pascal-FCPascal-FC
12/29/2004BTWPascal-FC
12/29/2004WellPascal-FC
01/04/2005More on JoyNew Year's Resolutions
12/28/2004So it's Ruby?New Year's Resolutions
01/02/2005SureNew Year's Resolutions
12/27/2004Python is... slow?Python is... slow?
12/26/2004Linux Clustering with Ruby Queue: Small Is BeautifulLinux Clustering with Ruby Queue: Small Is Beautiful
12/26/2004Integrating support for undo with exception handlingIntegrating support for undo with exception handling
12/26/2004SureIntegrating support for undo with exception handling
02/03/2005Really guysAlice Through the Looking Glass
12/30/2004SW Eng.Reading SICP for fun and profit
12/31/2004AyeReading SICP for fun and profit
01/02/2005Questionthe Chinese natual language
10/20/2005Thanksthe Chinese natual language
10/21/2005Mythsthe Chinese natual language
01/03/2005QuiteModelica: Modeling of Complex Physical Systems
12/18/2004AbsenceAbsence
12/25/2004Thanks everyone. It means a lAbsence
12/12/2004Tim Bray: Sun & Dynamic JavaTim Bray: Sun & Dynamic Java
12/09/2004PyPy wins a funding contract with the EUPyPy wins a funding contract with the EU
12/09/2004Casting SPELs in LispCasting SPELs in Lisp
12/15/2004AmusingCasting SPELs in Lisp
12/09/2004S-WWhat is Universal about the Representation of Color Experience?
12/08/2004An Algebraic Theory of Polymorphic Temporal MediaAn Algebraic Theory of Polymorphic Temporal Media
12/07/2004Logix: Multi-Language ProgrammingLogix: Multi-Language Programming
02/01/2006Strange. I thought this wasMisspelling.
02/22/2006Yes. I think this threadMisspelling.
12/05/2004CLR Generics and code sharingCLR Generics and code sharing
12/06/2004"Type System"Definition of Type
12/04/2004Grady Booch: Microsoft and Domain Specific LanguagesGrady Booch: Microsoft and Domain Specific Languages
12/03/2004Cool Python "spreadsheet"Cool Python "spreadsheet"
12/03/2004Lazy KLazy K
12/01/2004VHSVHS
12/01/2004Why the forumMemory Pool System back from the dead
12/02/2004OK thenMemory Pool System back from the dead
11/29/2004Erlang REPOS 1.0Erlang REPOS 1.0
11/29/2004Bitsavers' ArchiveBitsavers' Archive
11/28/2004Practical Common LispPractical Common Lisp
04/09/2005And being boughtPractical Common Lisp
11/24/2005It seems I forgot to publishPractical Common Lisp
03/17/2006OuchPractical Common Lisp
06/29/2006I think many here will enjoyPractical Common Lisp
11/28/2004OO Programming Styles in MLOO Programming Styles in ML
11/27/2004The IDE DivideThe IDE Divide
11/27/2004SmalltalkThe IDE Divide
11/28/2004ScriptingThe IDE Divide
11/26/2004Denotational Semantics: A Methodology for Language DevelopmentDenotational Semantics: A Methodology for Language Development
11/26/2004Edublog AwardsEdublog Awards
11/24/2004Jon Udell: interview with Ward Cunningham and Jack GreenfieldJon Udell: interview with Ward Cunningham and Jack Greenfield
11/24/2004Python, metaprogramming, and macrosPython, metaprogramming, and macros
12/03/2004You guys are having all the funLL4 Program and Abstracts
11/25/2004What's the big deal?Frink
11/26/2004WellFrink
11/20/2004Release of Python 2.4, release candidate 1Release of Python 2.4, release candidate 1
11/25/2004Language designRelease of Python 2.4, release candidate 1
11/20/2004Extending Ruby with CExtending Ruby with C
11/14/2004Generic Functions have Landed (Python)Generic Functions have Landed (Python)
11/14/2004The Xtatic experienceThe Xtatic experience
11/12/2004ACM Queue: There's Still Some Life Left in AdaACM Queue: There's Still Some Life Left in Ada
11/13/2004Ada ain't perfectACM Queue: There's Still Some Life Left in Ada
11/12/2004Bug in the third sentenceHaskell Communities and Activities Report, Seventh Edition, November 2004
11/10/2004Quick updateQuick update
11/04/2004Not yet...RSS feed for forum or responses?
11/04/2004Predicate Dispatch in the newsPredicate Dispatch in the news
11/06/2004Predicate Dispatch in the newsPredicate Dispatch in the news
11/04/2004Where is everyone?Where is everyone?
11/01/2004OOPSLA essays trackOOPSLA essays track
11/01/2004AmusingAmusing
10/30/2004EWeek: Programming Legends Debate .Net, J2EEEWeek: Programming Legends Debate .Net, J2EE
10/30/2004End Users to Shape Effective SoftwareEnd Users to Shape Effective Software
10/29/2004Call-by-Name, Call-by Value and the Lambda CalculusCall-by-Name, Call-by Value and the Lambda Calculus
10/28/2004Cache decorator in python 2.4Cache decorator in python 2.4
10/27/2004Microsoft and DSLs @ OOPSLAMicrosoft and DSLs @ OOPSLA
10/27/2004Static Analysis for SecurityStatic Analysis for Security
01/25/2005EnoughGMail accounts
10/26/2004Sun to add JFluid profiling tool to Java StudioSun to add JFluid profiling tool to Java Studio
10/27/2004ProfilingSun to add JFluid profiling tool to Java Studio
10/23/2004Static propertyWhat's a definition of "type" that beginners can understand?
10/23/2004Love itWhat's a definition of "type" that beginners can understand?
10/23/2004AbstractionWhat's a definition of "type" that beginners can understand?
10/22/2004If you were an editorOnline Bibliography of Partial Evaluation Research
10/22/2004Right onOnline Bibliography of Partial Evaluation Research
10/22/2004DoneOnline Bibliography of Partial Evaluation Research
12/01/2004Sounds good!Online Bibliography of Partial Evaluation Research
10/22/2004ObituaryDr. Kenneth Iverson Passes Away
10/22/2004LtU mentionsDr. Kenneth Iverson Passes Away
10/26/2004IversonDr. Kenneth Iverson Passes Away
10/20/2004Ralf Hinze: An algebra of scansRalf Hinze: An algebra of scans
10/18/2004Well...Job / Resume postings
10/19/2004Two issuesJob / Resume postings
10/17/2004Playing the Minesweeper with Constraints (MOZ 2004)Playing the Minesweeper with Constraints (MOZ 2004)
10/17/2004Programming for non-programmersProgramming for non-programmers
10/17/2004Programming in the small / Programming in the largeProgramming for non-programmers
10/18/2004RightProgramming for non-programmers
10/19/2004Levels of abstractionProgramming for non-programmers
10/19/2004I don't get it...Programming for non-programmers
10/18/2004I am not sure I understand thProgramming for non-programmers
10/19/2004Just askingProgramming for non-programmers
10/19/2004R6RSProgramming for non-programmers
10/16/2004Great news!IBM's Object REXX open sourced
10/19/2004OKIBM's Object REXX open sourced
10/16/2004SyntaxDistributed Functional Programming
10/18/2004It's a matter of tasteDistributed Functional Programming
10/19/2004More on syntaxDistributed Functional Programming
10/19/2004OKDistributed Functional Programming
10/14/2004Please become editors!OOHaskell - Haskell's overlooked object system
10/27/2004DSLs for statisticsStatistical programming with R
01/07/2009That's impressive: I askedStatistical programming with R
01/07/2009While IBAL is interesting,Statistical programming with R
10/28/2004ESS : Emacs Speaks StatisticsStatistical programming with R
01/07/2009Was the third part everStatistical programming with R
01/07/2009Thanks.Statistical programming with R
10/12/2004How about the definition(s) gLooking for a Solid Definition of DSL
10/11/2004LL4 Call for PresentationsLL4 Call for Presentations
10/12/2004BRLLanguage design: Escaping escapes
10/09/2004JotSpotJotSpot
10/14/2004Interface designJotSpot
10/09/2004Google Print (and Computable Functions)Google Print (and Computable Functions)
10/08/2004Use the "create content" linkLaszlo - So good, I had to change my underwear
10/09/2004PromotedLaszlo - So good, I had to change my underwear
10/06/2004Research ethicsResearch ethics
10/05/2004Ken Shan: Shift to ControlKen Shan: Shift to Control
07/25/2008I recall PL/I having aShoot-out: most annoying compiler error message
07/25/2008where the coding standardShoot-out: most annoying compiler error message
10/02/2004JBoss Aspect Oriented ProgrammingJBoss Aspect Oriented Programming
10/02/2004Probabilistic languages for kids?Probabilistic languages for kids?
10/02/2004exampleProbabilistic languages for kids?
10/02/2004And oh..Probabilistic languages for kids?
10/02/2004Probabilistic languages for kids?Probabilistic languages for kids?
10/03/2004No, it's just that adults areProbabilistic languages for kids?
10/03/2004So instead of FD 1000, you'dProbabilistic languages for kids?
10/05/2004Well...Probabilistic languages for kids?
10/05/2004Sounds greatProbabilistic languages for kids?
10/06/2004Library or LanguageProbabilistic languages for kids?
10/06/2004Probabilistic languages for kids?Probabilistic languages for kids?
10/01/2004Patterns in qmailPatterns in qmail
10/01/2004J2SE 5.0 releasedJ2SE 5.0 released
10/01/2004Platform or Language?J2SE 5.0 released
10/02/2004AyeGalois: high assurance software
10/02/2004PromotedGalois: high assurance software
10/02/2004Code transformationGalois: high assurance software
09/30/2004Introduction to E4XIntroduction to E4X
10/08/2004MoreIntroduction to E4X
09/28/2004WikiTalkWikiTalk
09/28/2004DSL via OOPWikiTalk
09/27/2004Java and coolness, a discussionJava and coolness, a discussion
09/28/2004Is OOP the reason?Java and coolness, a discussion
09/27/2004ACM Queue: Schizoid ClassesACM Queue: Schizoid Classes
09/28/2004AdaACM Queue: Schizoid Classes
09/30/2004ACM Queue: Schizoid ClassesACM Queue: Schizoid Classes
10/02/2004re AdaACM Queue: Schizoid Classes
09/27/2004The PLDI surveyGreat Works in Programming Languages
09/16/2004Busy, busyBusy, busy
09/15/2004Posting to the homepaeCL vs scheme
09/15/2004OKCL vs scheme
09/17/2004Community vs. implementation unitynewLisp: A better Lisp/Scheme Fusion...
09/13/2004Generics for the massesGenerics for the masses
09/12/2004Use real namesUse real names
09/13/2004My takeUse real names
09/13/2004RatingsUse real names
09/12/2004More from Udell on typingMore from Udell on typing
09/12/2004YesMore from Udell on typing
09/12/2004Ha!More from Udell on typing
09/10/2004Lest I repeat myself...A Debugging Environment for Lazy Functional Languages
09/10/2004Done!A Debugging Environment for Lazy Functional Languages
09/10/2004A simple equation solver using attribute access and introspectionA simple equation solver using attribute access and introspection
09/08/2004DSELDescription Logics in Literate Haskell
09/06/2004Combining lazy and eager evaluation of termsCombining lazy and eager evaluation of terms
09/06/2004Erlang tutorialErlang tutorial
09/05/2004PoliticsThe Human-Language Interface
09/06/2004Mentioned here beforeThe Human-Language Interface
09/01/2004Schematics Scheme CookbookSchematics Scheme Cookbook
09/01/2004there were a few scriting tasSchematics Scheme Cookbook
09/01/2004I guess I'll waitSchematics Scheme Cookbook
09/01/2004Good pointSchematics Scheme Cookbook
09/01/2004GvR: Rejecting the J2 decorators proposalGvR: Rejecting the J2 decorators proposal
09/02/2004And then...GvR: Rejecting the J2 decorators proposal
09/01/2004stringsIn Search of the Ideal Programming Language
09/01/2004What does it do?Ted Nelson's ZigZag
09/01/2004ThanksTed Nelson's ZigZag
09/01/2004How to win bigTed Nelson's ZigZag
08/31/2004SRFI 40: A Library of StreamsSRFI 40: A Library of Streams
08/31/2004PLaneTPLaneT
09/01/2004Language feature?PLaneT
09/01/2004Cool stuffPLaneT
09/01/2004IIUCPLaneT
09/02/2004Language SizePLaneT
08/31/2004What's up guys?What's up guys?
08/30/2004Demonic Nondeterminacy: A Tribute to Edsger Wybe DijkstraDemonic Nondeterminacy: A Tribute to Edsger Wybe Dijkstra
08/31/2004What exactly?Demonic Nondeterminacy: A Tribute to Edsger Wybe Dijkstra
08/31/2004non deteminismDemonic Nondeterminacy: A Tribute to Edsger Wybe Dijkstra
08/31/2004:-)Demonic Nondeterminacy: A Tribute to Edsger Wybe Dijkstra
08/30/2004Higher-order module system of ML is actually possible in HaskellHigher-order module system of ML is actually possible in Haskell
08/28/2004Good ideasAmazon Associates (+ other advertising)
08/27/2004MoreMultidimensional arrays
09/18/2004ReshapingMultidimensional arrays
08/29/2004I've written here about MicroMicrosoft's Software Factories and DSLs
09/02/2004RelatedMicrosoft's Software Factories and DSLs
08/26/2004Grid Computing & the Linda Programming ModelGrid Computing & the Linda Programming Model
08/26/2004SubcontinuationsSubcontinuations
08/26/2004Why not become a contributing editor?Candygram: Erlang Message Passing Semantics in Python
08/26/2004You got itCandygram: Erlang Message Passing Semantics in Python
08/26/2004TXLTree programming languages
08/25/2004Implementing Declarative Parallel Bottom-Avoiding ChoiceImplementing Declarative Parallel Bottom-Avoiding Choice
08/26/2004Don't Know vs. Don't Care NondeterminismImplementing Declarative Parallel Bottom-Avoiding Choice
08/25/2004RightProblem with posting
08/21/2004VacationVacation
08/21/2004Goedel's Theorem and Theories of ArithmeticGoedel's Theorem and Theories of Arithmetic
08/21/2004What's next?Goedel's Theorem and Theories of Arithmetic
08/21/2004Good suggestionGoedel's Theorem and Theories of Arithmetic
08/21/2004New result re "linguistic determinism"New result re "linguistic determinism"
08/21/2004More links and discussionNew result re "linguistic determinism"
08/21/2004Great line!New result re "linguistic determinism"
08/21/2004We discussed this in the pastNew result re "linguistic determinism"
08/19/2004Error handling strategiesError handling strategies
08/20/2004Fixed URLError handling strategies
08/25/2004ContinuedError handling strategies
08/26/2004Part IIIError handling strategies
08/20/2004SuggestionGrad School advice
08/18/2004Graham Hutton: Programming in HaskellGraham Hutton: Programming in Haskell
08/17/2004Well, that's one way of doing it...Well, that's one way of doing it...
08/17/2004Well, that's one way of doing it...Well, that's one way of doing it...
08/16/2004This is not the right forum for language specific questionsHierarchy destruction in Ada
08/19/2004Good ideaHierarchy destruction in Ada
08/16/2004Two orthogonal issues?The right default: concurrent components with message passing
03/03/2005STM on LtUThe right default: concurrent components with message passing
08/14/2004Python DecoratorsPython Decorators
08/13/2004AdaCω vs. Erlang?
08/13/2004ATCCω vs. Erlang?
08/12/2004Well...New Paul Graham thing...
08/12/2004I have a feeling he is thinkiNew Paul Graham thing...
08/18/2004Really?New Paul Graham thing...
08/15/2004Hacking HaskellNew Paul Graham thing...
08/17/2004My listNew Paul Graham thing...
08/11/2004Scrap more boilerplateScrap more boilerplate
08/15/2004I like it"Your" RDF Query Language
08/15/2004I was talking about the process not the language"Your" RDF Query Language
08/15/2004re Designing to examples"Your" RDF Query Language
08/26/2004Response"Your" RDF Query Language
08/10/2004As far as I can tellQuick question...
08/10/2004MzTake: A Scriptable DebuggerMzTake: A Scriptable Debugger
08/09/2004PreviouslyConstraint-Based Type Inference for Guarded Algebraic Data Types
08/09/2004Udell: A strategic vision for dynamic languagesUdell: A strategic vision for dynamic languages
08/10/2004PythonUdell: A strategic vision for dynamic languages
08/10/2004The whitepaperUdell: A strategic vision for dynamic languages
08/09/2004PLs and SEPLs and SE
08/09/2004SuspiciousPLs and SE
08/09/2004Research StylePLs and SE
08/10/2004Style & AgendaPLs and SE
08/13/2004ToolsPLs and SE
08/09/2004Why type systems are interesting - part IIWhy type systems are interesting - part II
08/10/2004The LtU ethos again...Why type systems are interesting - part II
08/13/2004It takes time...Morrow & First-class Labels
08/09/2004Why not?Slate 0.3 released
08/08/2004Slideshow: Functional PresentationsSlideshow: Functional Presentations
08/08/2004More contentMore content
08/09/2004PromotionMore content
08/09/2004DoneMore content
08/06/2004Simulators: Virtual Machines of the Past (and Future)Simulators: Virtual Machines of the Past (and Future)
08/06/2004Dan Sugalski: Implementing an InterpreterDan Sugalski: Implementing an Interpreter
08/06/2004Eliminating Array Bound Checking through Non-dependent typesEliminating Array Bound Checking through Non-dependent types
08/06/2004It would be an honorEliminating Array Bound Checking through Non-dependent types
08/05/2004RightNo asterisks, please
08/05/2004A Visual Environment for Developing Context-Sensitive Term Rewriting SystemsA Visual Environment for Developing Context-Sensitive Term Rewriting Systems
08/04/2004TyPiCal: Type-based static analyzer for the Pi-CalculusTyPiCal: Type-based static analyzer for the Pi-Calculus
08/04/2004Feel free to invite himTail of Nil and Its Type
08/03/2004PromotedTail of Nil and Its Type
03/10/2005Indeed, if this is really autAnother minor usability gripe...
08/03/2004You are giving me the blues...HTML guidelines
08/02/2004Design by CommitteeAlan Kay: The Early History of Smalltalk
08/02/2004PatternsAlan Kay: The Early History of Smalltalk
08/02/2004EducationAlan Kay: The Early History of Smalltalk
08/01/2004Partial ContinuationsPartial Continuations
08/01/2004Category Theory for Dummies - slides availableCategory Theory for Dummies - slides available
07/31/2004Introduction to MDX Scripting in Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Beta 2Introduction to MDX Scripting in Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Beta 2
07/31/2004Three interesting discussionsThree interesting discussions
08/04/2004Seems to work fine nowCookie expiration
07/29/2004Francis Crick (1916-2004)Francis Crick (1916-2004)
07/29/2004MoreFrancis Crick (1916-2004)
07/30/2004MoreFrancis Crick (1916-2004)
07/30/2004What Mad PursuitFrancis Crick (1916-2004)
07/29/2004CoolMind the Gap
07/29/2004Udell at OSCON: IronPython newsUdell at OSCON: IronPython news
07/28/2004New featureNew feature
07/28/2004Parallel Programming with Control AbstractionParallel Programming with Control Abstraction
07/26/2004A Methodology for Generating Verified Combinatorial CircuitsA Methodology for Generating Verified Combinatorial Circuits
07/28/2004Yesterday it worked fine. NowDerrida's Machines
07/28/2004Oil and vinegarDerrida's Machines
07/25/2004HTML editorsHTML editors
07/24/2004Grady Booch on software archeologyGrady Booch on software archeology
07/25/2004Good for you!Grady Booch on software archeology
07/24/2004Type systems and software evolutionType systems and software evolution
07/23/2004The age of searchKeywords per post?
07/28/2004AWKMila
07/23/2004Copyrights?Haskell Functional Programming Bookstore
07/24/2004LtU merchandiseHaskell Functional Programming Bookstore
07/26/2004re Tote BagsHaskell Functional Programming Bookstore
07/24/2004T ShirtsHaskell Functional Programming Bookstore
07/26/2004Great ideaHaskell Functional Programming Bookstore
07/26/2004PriceHaskell Functional Programming Bookstore
07/23/2004Title fixedIntroducing o:XML
07/21/2004It's the language, stupid. Or is it?It's the language, stupid. Or is it?
07/21/2004ManualPyCLIPS - expert systems shell in Python
07/22/2004Wait a secThe C++ Source Journal
07/22/2004That's my pointThe C++ Source Journal
07/22/2004Obviously it's not Turing completenessThe C++ Source Journal
07/20/2004Streaming Representation-ChangersStreaming Representation-Changers
07/21/2004Sorry about thatStreaming Representation-Changers
07/21/2004I should have noted thatStreaming Representation-Changers
07/20/2004Routine MaintenanceRoutine Maintenance
07/20/2004Info neededInfo needed
07/20/2004PLT coursesInfo needed
07/25/2004Nothing?Info needed
07/19/2004Ha!Wobbly types
07/19/2004CwCw
07/19/2004Sure, why notPapers' repositories
07/19/2004YesPapers' repositories
07/18/2004Last timeEmbedding Prolog in Haskell
07/17/2004JDeveloperAOPJDeveloperAOP
07/25/2004Meta discussionJDeveloperAOP
07/25/2004MaybeJDeveloperAOP
07/26/2004AOPJDeveloperAOP
07/26/2004Booch?JDeveloperAOP
07/17/2004ThanksNew CLR Language: Boo
07/16/2004Snowball: A language for stemming algorithmsSnowball: A language for stemming algorithms
07/16/2004Snobol relatedSnowball: A language for stemming algorithms
07/17/2004I don't agreeCω Preview Available
07/19/2004I think I understand what youCω Preview Available
07/19/2004I agreeCω Preview Available
07/20/2004Nothing new under the sun...Cω Preview Available
07/15/2004Crash-Only SoftwareCrash-Only Software
07/16/2004SorryCrash-Only Software
07/15/2004Promoted to home pageLl-discuss's new home
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05/26/2006It throws an exception, ofWhy type systems are interesting
05/26/2006No, no. I knew I wasn'tWhy type systems are interesting
05/26/2006I agree with both of youWhy type systems are interesting
07/16/2004Why are types interesting?Why type systems are interesting
07/17/2004Non termination etc.Why type systems are interesting
08/07/2004SaddenedWhy type systems are interesting
08/09/2004Local vs. Distributed knowledgeWhy type systems are interesting
07/15/2004Theoretical Pearl: Church numerals, twice!Theoretical Pearl: Church numerals, twice!
07/15/2004A couple of referencesSummary of techniques / approaches / models / languages for parallel computation
07/17/2004Don't feel too badSummary of techniques / approaches / models / languages for parallel computation
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07/13/2004Explaining monadsExplaining monads
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07/15/2004No probExplaining monads
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01/06/2009I think a lot ofExplaining monads
07/12/2004Two booksTwo books
07/20/2004Not everyone agrees..Two books
07/12/2004Alt.lang.jre @ IBM developerWorksAlt.lang.jre @ IBM developerWorks
07/14/2004ClarificationAlt.lang.jre @ IBM developerWorks
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07/13/2004Explaining monadsUnderstanding continuations
07/13/2004TerminologyUnderstanding continuations
01/22/2005repeated applicationUnderstanding continuations
07/11/2004What's up guys?What's up guys?
07/12/2004It's subjectiveWhat's up guys?
07/12/20041. Get in touch with me (seeWhat's up guys?
07/12/2004Good pointsWhat's up guys?
07/09/2004Generics in Visual Basic 2005Generics in Visual Basic 2005
07/08/2004Eric Gunnerson's JavaOne reportEric Gunnerson's JavaOne report
07/08/2004Database Abstraction Layers and Programming LanguagesDatabase Abstraction Layers and Programming Languages
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07/08/2004ThanksDatabase Abstraction Layers and Programming Languages
07/08/2004I think I know what it isDatabase Abstraction Layers and Programming Languages
07/08/2004PragmaticsDatabase Abstraction Layers and Programming Languages
07/09/2004Code generation--Database Abstraction Layers and Programming Languages
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07/08/2004Type-Based Optimization for Regular PatternsType-Based Optimization for Regular Patterns
07/08/2004re: GCSlashdot: "Favourite Programming Language Features?"
07/08/2004Forum vs. Home PageUniversal Business Language XML
07/06/2004Logical Methods in Computer ScienceLogical Methods in Computer Science
07/05/2004Early history of FortranEarly history of Fortran
07/06/2004That was my pointEarly history of Fortran
07/05/2004Functional ObjectsFunctional Objects
07/05/2004Retrospective: The Essence of Compiling with ContinuationsRetrospective: The Essence of Compiling with Continuations
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07/03/2004An interactive historical roster of computer languagesAn interactive historical roster of computer languages
07/04/2004FrustrationAn interactive historical roster of computer languages
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07/03/2004We didThe Role of the Study of Programming Languages
07/02/2004Open-sourcing JavaOpen-sourcing Java
07/02/2004The real motiveOpen-sourcing Java
07/02/2004BlogrollsBlogrolls
07/03/2004OK...Blogrolls
07/02/2004We are not the only ones doing it...We are not the only ones doing it...
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07/02/2004Interesting stuffXsRQL (and other RQLs)
07/06/2004StringsInternational Components for Unicode 3.0 Released
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07/02/2004Forum vs. Home pageThe Language Wars are Dead; Long Live the Language Wars!
07/01/2004Eralier E4X appearancesECMAScript for XML (E4X) Specification
07/01/2004MotivationECMAScript for XML (E4X) Specification
07/01/2004Editors Ahoy!Editors Ahoy!
06/30/2004Multi-stage Programming in MetaOCamlMulti-stage Programming in MetaOCaml
06/29/2004Editing postsNets: Petri vs Lafont
06/29/2004Enumerating the RationalsEnumerating the Rationals
06/29/2004"Proofs from the Book"Enumerating the Rationals
07/04/2004Python?Enumerating the Rationals
06/28/2004The DSL, MDA, UML thing again...The DSL, MDA, UML thing again...
06/28/2004paraphrase Hawking?The DSL, MDA, UML thing again...
06/28/2004Of course it's about turtles, it 's just not from HawkingThe DSL, MDA, UML thing again...
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06/29/2004Good linkPragmatic Programmers Interview
06/29/2004Nullable typesPragmatic Programmers Interview
06/30/2004Rules of thumbPragmatic Programmers Interview
07/01/2004DebatesPragmatic Programmers Interview
07/01/2004Proofs and RefutationsPragmatic Programmers Interview
07/02/2004Good pointsPragmatic Programmers Interview
07/01/2004Fans or fanatics?Pragmatic Programmers Interview
06/27/2004Category Theory and Computer Science (CTCS'04)Category Theory and Computer Science (CTCS'04)
06/27/2004ProgolProgol
06/27/2004The orientation messageThe orientation message
06/28/2004Nice showWhiteboard with Anders Hejlsberg
07/02/2004re Codifying patternsWhiteboard with Anders Hejlsberg
06/25/2004Simpler exampleIs "type" a fundamental intrinsic property of values?
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06/24/2004An Invitation to Ada 2005An Invitation to Ada 2005
06/24/2004Debugging Functional ProgramsDebugging Functional Programs
06/24/2004is debugging really necessary?Debugging Functional Programs
06/24/2004research on debuggersDebugging Functional Programs
06/24/2004Or notDebugging Functional Programs
06/24/2004I think his and Matthias FelDebugging Functional Programs
06/29/2004Lazyness is hardDebugging Functional Programs
06/24/2004I am not sure whether it is aSome stupid questions on denotational semantics
06/23/2004Sapir: Language, An Introduction to the Study of SpeechSapir: Language, An Introduction to the Study of Speech
06/23/2004Zing (MSR)Zing (MSR)
06/23/2004In the Spirit of CIn the Spirit of C
06/23/2004:-(In the Spirit of C
06/23/2004Mea culpaIn the Spirit of C
06/22/2004Conflict of Interest1st International Workshop on Interpreted Languages
06/22/2004Exactly1st International Workshop on Interpreted Languages
06/22/2004ShortsShorts
06/22/2004Abstractions are what it's all about...Abstractionless programming
06/22/2004The solutionAbstractionless programming
06/21/2004Code Generation NetwrokCode Generation Netwrok
06/21/2004Am I the only one?Code Generation Netwrok
06/21/2004Site usage question...Site usage question...
06/21/2004The tracker ("Recent Posts") is the best we've gotSite usage question...
06/21/2004Just as secSite usage question...
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07/31/2004We didn't forgetSite usage question...
06/21/2004Constraint-Based Type Inference for Guarded Algebraic Data TypesConstraint-Based Type Inference for Guarded Algebraic Data Types
06/21/2004Does this mean language doesn't maater?Interactive Programming
06/21/2004Not that term again....Interactive Programming
06/21/2004Personally, I think dynamic=iInteractive Programming
06/21/2004I hope its jus the two of usInteractive Programming
06/21/2004You are rightInteractive Programming
06/21/2004Good questionInteractive Programming
06/21/2004TDDInteractive Programming
06/22/2004If you read Kent Beck's TDD bInteractive Programming
06/20/2004Light-Weight Instrumentation From Relational Queries Over Program TracesLight-Weight Instrumentation From Relational Queries Over Program Traces
06/20/2004Tim Bray: Languages CostTim Bray: Languages Cost
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06/20/2004The site discussions forumThe site discussions forum
06/20/2004It was just posted a few minutes agoThe site discussions forum
06/20/2004It looks okThe site discussions forum
06/20/2004Done!The site discussions forum
06/20/2004I wasn't looking carefullyThe site discussions forum
06/21/2004I think you have to do it manuallyThe site discussions forum
06/21/2004Fixed.The site discussions forum
06/22/2004The archives are also hereThe site discussions forum
06/22/2004Not yetThe site discussions forum
06/25/2004Shall I be blunt?The site discussions forum
06/30/2004We are working on itThe site discussions forum
07/21/2004NamesThe site discussions forum
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06/18/2004Welcome to the New, Improved LtU!Welcome to the New, Improved LtU!
06/20/2004It works!Welcome to the New, Improved LtU!
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06/27/2004Editing old postsWelcome to the New, Improved LtU!
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06/20/2004We have moved!We have moved!
06/18/2004ICFP Accepted papersICFP Accepted papers
06/18/2004CogCog
06/17/2004Cog code generatorCog code generator
06/16/2004Our new location (not active yet!)Our new location (not active yet!)
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06/15/2004Be advisedBe advised
06/16/2004Re: Be advisedBe advised
06/15/2004Re: Future of Lambda?Future of Lambda?
06/15/2004Anders Hejlsberg - Tour through computing industry history at the Microsoft MuseumAnders Hejlsberg - Tour through computing industry history at the Microsoft Museum
06/14/2004EuroPython'2004 SlidesEuroPython'2004 Slides
06/14/2004Re: Adding Wildcards to JavaAdding Wildcards to Java
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06/14/2004No new items?No new items?
06/14/2004Re: No new items?No new items?
06/13/2004An Introduction to the XQuery (and XPath 2.0) Type System: The Impact on XQuery and XPathAn Introduction to the XQuery (and XPath 2.0) Type System: The Impact on XQuery and XPath
06/12/2004Re: Meta Math - new Chaitin BookMeta Math - new Chaitin Book
06/09/2004Robert Kowalski's publicationsRobert Kowalski's publications
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06/11/2004Re: ToonTalkToonTalk
06/07/2004OnLamp: Paul Graham on HackingOnLamp: Paul Graham on Hacking
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05/31/200425 Years of CSP25 Years of CSP
05/31/2004The view from the leftThe view from the left
05/31/2004New vector language: GleeNew vector language: Glee
05/31/2004Ward Cunningham - Do you get religious about programming languages?Ward Cunningham - Do you get religious about programming languages?
05/31/2004Re: Catching Uncaught Exceptions in JDK 1.5Catching Uncaught Exceptions in JDK 1.5
05/31/2004Re: Catching Uncaught Exceptions in JDK 1.5Catching Uncaught Exceptions in JDK 1.5
05/29/2004Nullable TypesNullable Types
05/31/2004Re: Nullable TypesNullable Types
05/27/2004Re: Continuations in Java and Java-based Web FrameworksContinuations in Java and Java-based Web Frameworks
05/28/2004Re: Continuations in Java and Java-based Web FrameworksContinuations in Java and Java-based Web Frameworks
05/25/2004Syntax-rules PrimerSyntax-rules Primer
05/25/2004HolidayHoliday
05/27/2004Re: HolidayHoliday
05/24/2004AFP 2004AFP 2004
05/24/2004Pointcuts and Advice in Higher-Order LanguagesPointcuts and Advice in Higher-Order Languages
05/24/2004Re: Case Study in Practical Language UseCase Study in Practical Language Use
05/23/2004Nice collection of quotesNice collection of quotes
05/21/2004A Security Kernel Based on the Lambda-CalculusA Security Kernel Based on the Lambda-Calculus
05/20/2004Re: SPARK and high integrity softwareSPARK and high integrity software
05/19/2004Untangling the balancing and searching of balanced binary search treesUntangling the balancing and searching of balanced binary search trees
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05/17/2004Re: pbookpbook
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05/15/2004The GNU 64-bit PL8 compilerThe GNU 64-bit PL8 compiler
05/19/2004Re: The Case for First Class MessagesThe Case for First Class Messages
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05/21/2004Re: The Case for First Class MessagesThe Case for First Class Messages
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05/25/2004Re: The Case for First Class MessagesThe Case for First Class Messages
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06/05/2004Re: The Case for First Class MessagesThe Case for First Class Messages
06/10/2004Re: Damn! (was Re: The Case for First Class Messages)The Case for First Class Messages
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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
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
06/11/2004Re: The Case for First Class MessagesThe Case for First Class Messages
05/13/2004XSLT 2.0 in System.XML V2.0 ?XSLT 2.0 in System.XML V2.0 ?
05/14/2004Re: XSLT 2.0 in System.XML V2.0 ?XSLT 2.0 in System.XML V2.0 ?
05/13/2004Selective Open Recursion: A Solution to the Fragile Base Class ProblemSelective Open Recursion: A Solution to the Fragile Base Class Problem
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05/13/2004Moiell (aka Leoll++)Moiell (aka Leoll++)
05/12/2004Extensible Programming for the 21st CenturyExtensible Programming for the 21st Century
05/12/2004Re: Extensible Programming for the 21st CenturyExtensible Programming for the 21st Century
05/13/2004Re: lambda-calculus and typeslambda-calculus and types
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05/10/2004Udell discusses XBRLUdell discusses XBRL
05/10/2004The Haskell Road to Logic, Maths and ProgrammingThe Haskell Road to Logic, Maths and Programming
05/11/2004Re: Why Learning Assembly Language is Still a Good IdeaWhy Learning Assembly Language is Still a Good Idea
05/07/2004Object-Oriented Programming Enhancements in Ada200YObject-Oriented Programming Enhancements in Ada200Y
05/08/2004Re: Object-Oriented Programming Enhancements in Ada200YObject-Oriented Programming Enhancements in Ada200Y
05/08/2004Re: Object-Oriented Programming Enhancements in Ada200YObject-Oriented Programming Enhancements in Ada200Y
05/06/2004miniKanren: A declarative applicative logic programming systemminiKanren: A declarative applicative logic programming system
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05/05/2004Lambda LiftingLambda Lifting
05/05/2004Prolog and Mercury ComparedProlog and Mercury Compared
05/05/2004Re: Prolog and Mercury ComparedProlog and Mercury Compared
05/04/2004Tim Bray: JythonTim Bray: Jython
05/04/2004Re: Tim Bray: JythonTim Bray: Jython
05/03/2004Spike in erlangSpike in erlang
05/02/2004Re: Enjoy the SoundnessEnjoy the Soundness
04/29/2004Special Topics in Domain Specific Languages (course)Special Topics in Domain Specific Languages (course)
05/01/2004Re: Special Topics in Domain Specific Languages (course)Special Topics in Domain Specific Languages (course)
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04/28/2004When and How to Develop Domain-Specific LanguagesWhen and How to Develop Domain-Specific Languages
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04/28/2004A Practical Theory of ProgrammingA Practical Theory of Programming
04/28/2004Interpretation of the curry-howard isomorphismInterpretation of the curry-howard isomorphism
04/27/2004Udell: Radical software customizationUdell: Radical software customization
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04/27/2004Re: Udell: Radical software customizationUdell: Radical software customization
04/27/2004Re: Udell: Radical software customizationUdell: Radical software customization
04/27/2004Re: Udell: Radical software customizationUdell: Radical software customization
04/27/2004Re: Udell: Radical software customizationUdell: Radical software customization
04/27/2004Re: Udell: Radical software customizationUdell: Radical software customization
04/28/2004Re: Udell: Radical software customizationUdell: Radical software customization
04/26/2004Re: POOMAPOOMA
04/25/2004Refal programming languageRefal programming language
04/25/2004Re: Refal programming languageRefal programming language
04/23/2004Re: Growing a LanguageGrowing a Language
04/26/2004Re: Growing a LanguageGrowing a Language
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05/16/2004Re: Growing a LanguageGrowing a Language
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04/23/2004A Modal Language for EffectsA Modal Language for Effects
04/22/2004UML and DSLsUML and DSLs
04/22/2004VC++ 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
04/22/2004Re: 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
04/22/2004Re: VC++ Security Checks at Runtime and Compile TimeVC++ Security Checks at Runtime and Compile Time
04/23/2004Re: VC++ Security Checks at Runtime and Compile TimeVC++ Security Checks at Runtime and Compile Time
04/24/2004Re: VC++ Security Checks at Runtime and Compile TimeVC++ Security Checks at Runtime and Compile Time
04/21/2004Alan Kay to receive Turing AwardAlan Kay to receive Turing Award
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04/21/2004Re: Alan Kay to receive Turing AwardAlan Kay to receive Turing Award
04/22/2004Re: Alan Kay to receive Turing AwardAlan Kay to receive Turing Award
04/21/2004Re: Tunneling VariablesTunneling Variables
04/19/2004Calculating the Sieve of EratosthenesCalculating the Sieve of Eratosthenes
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04/19/2004Re: Comega (C Omega) LanguageComega (C Omega) Language
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04/19/2004Re: Comega (C Omega) LanguageComega (C Omega) Language
04/18/2004Re: MS C++ Compiler Freely AvailableMS C++ Compiler Freely Available
04/18/2004IJCAR 2004 Tutorial ProgramIJCAR 2004 Tutorial Program
04/17/2004Apocalypse 12: Perl 6 OOApocalypse 12: Perl 6 OO
04/17/2004Re: Apocalypse 12 is outApocalypse 12 is out
04/18/2004Re: Apocalypse 12 is outApocalypse 12 is out
04/18/2004Re: Apocalypse 12 is outApocalypse 12 is out
04/22/2004Re: Apocalypse 12 is outApocalypse 12 is out
04/18/2004Re: Fractal Music (and a Personal Introduction)Fractal Music (and a Personal Introduction)
04/21/2004Re: PoplogPoplog
04/15/2004Validating the Unit Correctness of Spreadsheet ProgramsValidating the Unit Correctness of Spreadsheet Programs
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04/05/2004Play nice...Play nice...
04/05/2004Re: Simple scripting languageSimple scripting language
04/02/2004April Second...April Second...
04/02/2004CCSL TutorialCCSL Tutorial
04/03/2004Re: CCSL TutorialCCSL Tutorial
03/31/2004Re: Eric Lippert does SimpleScriptEric Lippert does SimpleScript
03/29/2004XQuery Normalizer and Static Analyzer (alphaWorks)XQuery Normalizer and Static Analyzer (alphaWorks)
03/27/2004The Logic Programming Paradigm and PrologThe Logic Programming Paradigm and Prolog
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03/26/2004Re: Dying TonguesDying Tongues
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03/26/2004A Eulogy for HyperCardA Eulogy for HyperCard
03/26/2004K.R. Apt: Principles of Constraint ProgrammingK.R. Apt: Principles of Constraint Programming
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03/26/2004New department: parallel and distributed languages and paradigmsNew department: parallel and distributed languages and paradigms
03/25/2004XC#XC#
03/25/2004Static Type Inference (for Python) with StarkillerStatic Type Inference (for Python) with Starkiller
03/29/2004Re: Static Type Inference (for Python) with StarkillerStatic Type Inference (for Python) with Starkiller
03/25/2004Re: Parallel-Concurrent Programming Dept.Parallel-Concurrent Programming Dept.
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03/24/2004Re: Scripting with Free Software Rexx implementationsScripting with Free Software Rexx implementations
03/24/2004Two impromptus--or how Python helped us design our kitchenTwo impromptus--or how Python helped us design our kitchen
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03/19/2004Re: Why I Like PLT SchemeWhy I Like PLT Scheme
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03/18/2004Y derivedY derived
03/17/2004Re: 'Concepts, Techniques, and Models' is a real book'Concepts, Techniques, and Models' is a real book
03/16/2004Gibbons: Metamorphisms and streaming algorithmsGibbons: Metamorphisms and streaming algorithms
03/16/2004Re: The Fault Tolerant ShellThe Fault Tolerant Shell
03/15/2004Re: PL Points of View or Why we do that thing we do?PL Points of View or Why we do that thing we do?
03/15/2004Re: PL Points of ViewPL Points of View
03/12/2004Bruce Eckel on Java genericsBruce Eckel on Java generics
03/13/2004Re: Bruce Eckel on Java genericsBruce Eckel on Java generics
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03/11/2004History of Programming Languages Seminar (Felleisen)History of Programming Languages Seminar (Felleisen)
03/11/2004Site AvailabilitySite Availability
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03/11/2004Re: Introduction to (Formal) Type SystemsIntroduction to (Formal) Type Systems
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03/11/2004Re: Introduction to (Formal) Type SystemsIntroduction to (Formal) Type Systems
03/17/2004Re: Introduction to (Formal) Type SystemsIntroduction to (Formal) Type Systems
03/09/2004Re: Video lectures on SICPVideo lectures on SICP
03/09/2004C++ Expression TemplatesC++ Expression Templates
03/09/2004Re: C++ Expression TemplatesC++ Expression Templates
03/09/2004C++ Template MetaprogramsC++ Template Metaprograms
03/09/2004New DepartmentNew Department
03/08/2004Guaranteed Optimization for Domain-Specific ProgrammingGuaranteed Optimization for Domain-Specific Programming
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03/08/2004Re: xtc eXTensible Cxtc - eXTensible C
03/06/2004Fun and Games with Multi-Language DevelopmentFun and Games with Multi-Language Development
03/08/2004Re: PyCon 2004 TalksPyCon 2004 Talks
03/05/2004Re: Metaprogramming, Toast and the Future of Development ToolsMetaprogramming, Toast and the Future of Development Tools
03/05/2004VectorVector
03/07/2004Re: Practical Aspects of Multi-Stage ProgrammingPractical Aspects of Multi-Stage Programming
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03/05/2004Re: Categories for EverybodyCategories for Everybody
03/03/2004Re: Book Review: Purely Functional Data StructuresBook Review: Purely Functional Data Structures
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03/03/2004Proof Theory of Martin-Lof Type Thoery - And OverviewProof Theory of Martin-Lof Type Thoery - And Overview
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03/01/2004Re: Berkeley Visionaries Prognosticate About the FutureBerkeley Visionaries Prognosticate About the Future
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02/28/2004Re: Every Language War EverEvery Language War Ever
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11/01/2003Ideas for a master's thesis related to PythonIdeas for a master's thesis related to Python
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11/01/2003A big thank you to Peter Van RoyA big thank you to Peter Van Roy
10/30/2003CLR Panel notesCLR Panel notes
10/28/2003Introduction to the Base Class Libraries (.Net)Introduction to the Base Class Libraries (.Net)
10/28/2003Longhorn Markup Language (code-named "XAML") OverviewLonghorn Markup Language (code-named "XAML") Overview
10/28/2003Re: Longhorn Markup Language (code-namedLonghorn Markup Language (code-named "XAML") Overview
10/28/2003Re: Longhorn Markup Language (code-named "XAML") OverviewLonghorn Markup Language (code-named "XAML") Overview
10/29/2003Re: Longhorn Markup Language (code-namedLonghorn Markup Language (code-named "XAML") Overview
11/01/2003Re: Longhorn Markup Language (code-namedLonghorn Markup Language (code-named "XAML") Overview
10/28/2003Re: XAML the future of UI programming?XAML the future of UI programming?
10/29/2003Re: Macros vs. Higher-order ProgrammingMacros vs. Higher-order Programming
10/31/2003Re: Macros vs. Higher-order ProgrammingMacros vs. Higher-order Programming
10/31/2003Re: (side site issue)Macros vs. Higher-order Programming
11/01/2003Re: (side site issue)Macros vs. Higher-order Programming
11/03/2003Re: Macros vs. Higher-order ProgrammingMacros vs. Higher-order Programming
11/05/2003Re: Macros vs. Higher-order ProgrammingMacros vs. Higher-order Programming
11/05/2003Re: Macros vs. Higher-order ProgrammingMacros vs. Higher-order Programming
11/05/2003Re: Macros vs. Higher-order ProgrammingMacros vs. Higher-order Programming
10/24/20031983-1993: The Wonder Years of Sequential Prolog Implementation1983-1993: The Wonder Years of Sequential Prolog Implementation
10/25/2003Re: 1983-1993: The Wonder Years of Sequential Prolog Implementation1983-1993: The Wonder Years of Sequential Prolog Implementation
10/24/2003C# 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)
10/25/2003Re: C# Language Specification 2.0 (new features)C# Language Specification 2.0 (new features)
10/27/2003Re: C# Language Specification 2.0 (new features)C# Language Specification 2.0 (new features)
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
10/23/2003Dan Friedman: Object Oriented StyleDan Friedman: Object Oriented Style
10/29/2003Re: Dan Friedman: Object Oriented StyleDan Friedman: Object Oriented Style
10/22/2003Peter Van Roy: Expressiveness versus execution speedPeter Van Roy: Expressiveness versus execution speed
10/22/2003Re: State and modularityState and modularity
10/23/2003Re: Expressiveness versus execution speedExpressiveness versus execution speed
10/23/2003Re: Expressiveness versus execution speedExpressiveness versus execution speed
10/24/2003Re: Expressiveness versus execution speedExpressiveness versus execution speed
10/24/2003Re: Expressiveness versus execution speedExpressiveness versus execution speed
10/25/2003Re: 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
10/22/2003Re: Magic Omega and the Limits of MathematicsMagic Omega and the Limits of Mathematics
10/22/2003Re: Two-column LtU home page?Two-column LtU home page?
10/21/2003Flow Java: Declarative Concurrency for JavaFlow Java: Declarative Concurrency for Java
10/21/2003Re: Distributed programming made easyDistributed programming made easy
10/21/2003Re: Distributed programming made easyDistributed programming made easy
10/21/2003Re: Distributed programming made easyDistributed programming made easy
10/23/2003Re: Distributed programming made easyDistributed programming made easy
10/21/2003Peter's first three postsPeter's first three posts
10/21/2003Re: Concurrency-oriented programmingConcurrency-oriented programming
10/21/2003Re: Concurrency-oriented programmingConcurrency-oriented programming
10/21/2003Re: Teaching programmingTeaching programming
10/22/2003Re: Teaching programmingTeaching programming
10/22/2003Re: Teaching programmingTeaching programming
10/22/2003Re: Teaching programmingTeaching programming
10/21/2003Peter Van Roy here on LtUPeter Van Roy here on LtU
10/21/2003Re: Peter Van Roy here on LtUPeter Van Roy here on LtU
10/20/2003Erik Meijer: Visual Basic Programmers Love AnamorphismsErik Meijer: Visual Basic Programmers Love Anamorphisms
10/21/2003Re: Erik Meijer: Visual Basic Programmers Love AnamorphismsErik Meijer: Visual Basic Programmers Love Anamorphisms
10/21/2003Re: Erik Meijer: Visual Basic Programmers Love AnamorphismsErik Meijer: Visual Basic Programmers Love Anamorphisms
10/21/2003Re: Erik Meijer: Visual Basic Programmers Love AnamorphismsErik Meijer: Visual Basic Programmers Love Anamorphisms
10/21/2003Re: Erik Meijer: Visual Basic Programmers Love AnamorphismsErik Meijer: Visual Basic Programmers Love Anamorphisms
10/20/2003Dynamically scoped functions vs. AOPDynamically scoped functions vs. AOP
10/20/2003B. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ CommunityB. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ Community
10/20/2003Re: B. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ CommunityB. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ Community
10/20/2003Re: B. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ CommunityB. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ Community
10/20/2003Re: B. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ CommunityB. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ Community
10/20/2003Re: B. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ CommunityB. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ Community
10/20/2003Re: B. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ CommunityB. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ Community
10/21/2003Re: B. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ CommunityB. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ Community
10/21/2003Re: B. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ CommunityB. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ Community
10/21/2003Re: B. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ CommunityB. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ Community
10/21/2003Re: B. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ CommunityB. Stroustrup: Serving the C++ Community
10/20/2003Re: Type Safety in a Dynamically Extensible Class LibraryType Safety in a Dynamically Extensible Class Library
10/20/2003Re: Type Safety in a Dynamically Extensible Class LibraryType Safety in a Dynamically Extensible Class Library
10/21/2003Re: Type Safety in a Dynamically Extensible Class LibraryType Safety in a Dynamically Extensible Class Library
10/19/2003Advanced Functional Programming wiki @ HarvardAdvanced Functional Programming wiki @ Harvard
10/20/2003Re: Advanced Functional Programming wiki @ HarvardAdvanced Functional Programming wiki @ Harvard
10/19/2003A Research C# CompilerA Research C# Compiler
10/19/2003Black-Scholes in Multiple LanguagesBlack-Scholes in Multiple Languages
10/20/2003Re: Black-Scholes in Multiple LanguagesBlack-Scholes in Multiple Languages
10/18/2003Re: Genetic Evolution of Novel Entities Through Composite AbstractionsGenetic Evolution of Novel Entities Through Composite Abstractions
10/15/2003PDC: Designing the CLRPDC: Designing the CLR
10/15/2003The Future of .NET LanguagesThe Future of .NET Languages
10/16/2003Re: The Future of .NET LanguagesThe Future of .NET Languages
10/15/2003Programming with Rectangles, Triangles, and CirclesProgramming with Rectangles, Triangles, and Circles
10/15/2003Re: Programming with Rectangles, Triangles, and CirclesProgramming with Rectangles, Triangles, and Circles
10/15/2003Re: 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
10/16/2003Re: Programming with Rectangles, Triangles, and CirclesProgramming with Rectangles, Triangles, and Circles
10/14/2003Papers in Coalgebra Theory and ApplicationsPapers in Coalgebra Theory and Applications
10/15/2003Re: Papers in Coalgebra Theory and ApplicationsPapers in Coalgebra Theory and Applications
10/14/2003PL/I and MulticsPL/I and Multics
10/14/2003Re: PL/I and MulticsPL/I and Multics
10/14/2003Admin noticesAdmin notices
10/14/2003Re: Admin noticesAdmin notices
10/14/2003Re: Admin noticesAdmin notices
10/13/2003Stroustrup's C++ Style Sweet SpotStroustrup's C++ Style Sweet Spot
10/13/2003Re: Stroustrup's C++ Style Sweet SpotStroustrup's C++ Style Sweet Spot
10/13/2003Re: 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
10/16/2003Re: Stroustrup's C++ Style Sweet SpotStroustrup's C++ Style Sweet Spot
10/13/2003Re: A Revolution in Logic?A Revolution in Logic?
10/13/2003A Tutorial on Proof Theoretic Foundations of Logic ProgrammingA Tutorial on Proof Theoretic Foundations of Logic Programming
10/11/2003A gentle introduction to TLG, the Curry-Howard correspondence, and cut-eliminationA gentle introduction to TLG, the Curry-Howard correspondence, and cut-elimination
10/13/2003Re: A gentle introduction to TLG, the Curry-Howard correspondence, and cut-eliminationA gentle introduction to TLG, the Curry-Howard correspondence, and cut-elimination
10/13/2003Re: A gentle introduction to TLG, the Curry-Howard correspondence, and cut-eliminationA gentle introduction to TLG, the Curry-Howard correspondence, and cut-elimination
10/13/2003Re: AliceAlice
10/13/2003Re: AliceAlice
10/14/2003Re: AliceAlice
10/09/2003Spreadsheet LanguagesSpreadsheet Languages
10/10/2003Re: Spreadsheet LanguagesSpreadsheet Languages
10/11/2003Re: Spreadsheet LanguagesSpreadsheet Languages
10/08/2003Re: Evaluating API usability at MicrosoftEvaluating API usability at Microsoft
10/08/2003Excellent tutorial on Scheme macrosExcellent tutorial on Scheme macros
10/08/2003Re: Excellent tutorial on Scheme macrosExcellent tutorial on Scheme macros
10/13/2003Re: Excellent tutorial on Scheme macrosExcellent tutorial on Scheme macros
10/07/2003Re: TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM ON SOFTWARE, SCIENCE & SOCIETYTECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM ON SOFTWARE, SCIENCE & SOCIETY
10/07/2003Domain-specific and general-purpose aspects of spreadsheet languagesDomain-specific and general-purpose aspects of spreadsheet languages
10/07/2003Re: Domain-specific and general-purpose aspects of spreadsheet languagesDomain-specific and general-purpose aspects of spreadsheet languages
10/07/2003Re: Domain-specific and general-purpose aspects of spreadsheet languagesDomain-specific and general-purpose aspects of spreadsheet languages
10/08/2003Re: Domain-specific and general-purpose aspects of spreadsheet languagesDomain-specific and general-purpose aspects of spreadsheet languages
10/07/2003Proofs and TypesProofs and Types
10/09/2003Re: Proofs and TypesProofs and Types
10/07/2003Historic DocumentsHistoric Documents
10/02/2003CLR Exception ModelCLR Exception Model
10/02/2003Re: CLR Exception ModelCLR Exception Model
10/03/2003Re: CLR Exception ModelCLR Exception Model
10/02/2003Tuples + Objects + Infosets =Too Much Stuff!Tuples + Objects + Infosets =Too Much Stuff!
10/02/2003Re: Tuples + Objects + Infosets =Too Much Stuff!Tuples + Objects + Infosets =Too Much Stuff!
10/04/2003Re: Tuples + Objects + Infosets =Too Much Stuff!Tuples + Objects + Infosets =Too Much Stuff!
10/17/2003Re: Tuples + Objects + Infosets =Too Much Stuff!Tuples + Objects + Infosets =Too Much Stuff!
10/02/2003HaRe -- The Haskell RefactorerHaRe -- The Haskell Refactorer
10/02/2003Lambda tutorialLambda tutorial
10/01/2003OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
10/01/2003Re: OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
10/01/2003Re: OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
10/02/2003Re: OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
10/02/2003Re: OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
10/02/2003Re: OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
10/02/2003Re: OO Best Feature PollOO Best Feature Poll
10/04/2003Re: 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
10/01/2003Self-application as a fixpoint of call/ccSelf-application as a fixpoint of call/cc
09/30/2003Glossary page on Lambda?Glossary page on Lambda?
09/30/2003Re: Glossary page on Lambda?Glossary page on Lambda?
09/30/2003GlossaryGlossary
09/30/2003Definitional Interpreters for Higher-Order Programming LanguagesDefinitional Interpreters for Higher-Order Programming Languages
09/28/2003Re: Deriving a grammar from sourceDeriving a grammar from source
09/28/2003Iota and Jot: the simplest languages?Iota and Jot: the simplest languages?
09/27/2003Douglas Adams: Frank The VandalDouglas Adams: Frank The Vandal
10/02/2003Re: Readable Java 1.5Readable Java 1.5
09/30/2003Re: Smalltalk ReportsSmalltalk Reports
09/28/2003Re: Moving Away From XSLTMoving Away From XSLT
09/29/2003Re: Moving Away From XSLTMoving Away From XSLT
09/18/2003VacationVacation
09/16/2003Re: Continuations Reading GroupContinuations Reading Group
09/15/2003Best PL tutorials?Best PL tutorials?
09/15/2003Re: Best PL tutorials?Best PL tutorials?
09/16/2003Re: Best PL tutorials?Best PL tutorials?
09/15/2003Re: Best PL tutorial/intro?Best PL tutorial/intro?
09/12/2003Whither SelfWhither Self
09/16/2003Re: Whither SelfWhither Self
09/12/2003Future of Haskell discussion @ Haskell WorkshopFuture of Haskell discussion @ Haskell Workshop
09/11/2003Re: Reversible Garbage Collection (and more)Reversible Garbage Collection (and more)
09/10/2003Metaclass programming in Python, Part 2Metaclass programming in Python, Part 2
09/16/2003Re: Metaclass programming in Python, Part 2Metaclass programming in Python, Part 2
09/10/2003Functional Pearl: A fresh look at binary search treesFunctional Pearl: A fresh look at binary search trees
09/10/2003Re: Inside every API is a programming language struggling to get outInside every API is a programming language struggling to get out
09/10/2003Re: Inside every API is a programming language struggling toInside every API is a programming language struggling to get out
09/10/2003Re: Inside every API is a programming language struggling to get outInside every API is a programming language struggling to get out
09/09/2003Trivia: Programming Language Naming PatternsTrivia: Programming Language Naming Patterns
09/10/2003Re: Trivia: Programming Language Naming PatternsTrivia: Programming Language Naming Patterns
09/10/2003Re: Trivia: Programming Language Naming PatternsTrivia: Programming Language Naming Patterns
09/08/2003DP-COOL 2003 ProceedingsDP-COOL 2003 Proceedings
09/11/2003Re: DP-COOL 2003 ProceedingsDP-COOL 2003 Proceedings
09/06/2003Implementing Business Rules in the BC4J FrameworkImplementing Business Rules in the BC4J Framework
09/07/2003Re: Implementing Business Rules in the BC4J FrameworkImplementing Business Rules in the BC4J Framework
09/07/2003Re: Implementing Business Rules in the BC4J FrameworkImplementing Business Rules in the BC4J Framework
09/07/2003Re: Implementing Business Rules in the BC4J FrameworkImplementing Business Rules in the BC4J Framework
09/07/2003Re: Implementing Business Rules in the BC4J FrameworkImplementing Business Rules in the BC4J Framework
09/07/2003Re: Implementing Business Rules in the BC4J FrameworkImplementing Business Rules in the BC4J Framework
09/08/2003Re: Implementing Business Rules in the BC4J FrameworkImplementing Business Rules in the BC4J Framework
09/08/2003Re: Implementing Business Rules in the BC4J FrameworkImplementing Business Rules in the BC4J Framework
09/09/2003Re: Implementing Business Rules in the BC4J FrameworkImplementing Business Rules in the BC4J Framework
09/04/2003Re: No "theory of types" in legal systemsNo "theory of types" in legal systems
09/03/2003Re: Why don't more people use Prolog?Why don't more people use Prolog?
09/03/2003Re: Why don't more people use Prolog?Why don't more people use Prolog?
09/05/2003Re: Why don't more people use Prolog?Why don't more people use Prolog?
09/03/2003Re: Felix: The power language for C++ programmersFelix: The power language for C++ programmers
09/03/2003Re: Felix: The power language for C++ programmersFelix: The power language for C++ programmers
09/04/2003Re: Felix: The power language for C++ programmersFelix: The power language for C++ programmers
09/04/2003Re: Felix: The power language for C++ programmersFelix: The power language for C++ programmers
09/04/2003Re: Felix: The power language for C++ programmersFelix: The power language for C++ programmers
09/02/2003Re: Mobile Applications Need Scripting Too!Mobile Applications Need Scripting Too!
09/02/2003Re: Mobile Applications Need Scripting Too!Mobile Applications Need Scripting Too!
09/02/2003Re: Mobile Applications Need Scripting Too!Mobile Applications Need Scripting Too!
09/01/2003Re: Using RubyUsing Ruby
09/01/2003Re: Using RubyUsing Ruby
09/01/2003Re: Using RubyUsing Ruby
09/01/2003Re: Using RubyUsing Ruby
09/03/2003Re: Using RubyUsing Ruby
08/29/2003The Little Haskellist (once again)The Little Haskellist (once again)
08/29/2003Re: The Little Haskellist (once again)The Little Haskellist (once again)
08/29/2003Re: The Little Haskellist (once again)The Little Haskellist (once again)
08/29/2003Re: The Little Haskellist (once again)The Little Haskellist (once again)
09/01/2003Re: The Little Haskellist (once again)The Little Haskellist (once again)
09/01/2003Re: The Little Haskellist (once again)The Little Haskellist (once again)
08/28/2003XQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0 Formal SemanticsXQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0 Formal Semantics
08/29/2003Re: XQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0 Formal SemanticsXQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0 Formal Semantics
08/29/2003Re: XQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0 Formal SemanticsXQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0 Formal Semantics
08/27/2003Using an Abstracted Interpreter to Understand Abstract InterpretationUsing an Abstracted Interpreter to Understand Abstract Interpretation
08/27/2003Re: Using an Abstracted Interpreter to Understand Abstract InterpretationUsing an Abstracted Interpreter to Understand Abstract Interpretation
08/27/2003Re: Using an Abstracted Interpreter to Understand Abstract InterpretationUsing an Abstracted Interpreter to Understand Abstract Interpretation
08/28/2003Re: Using an Abstracted Interpreter to Understand Abstract InterpretationUsing an Abstracted Interpreter to Understand Abstract Interpretation
08/30/2003Re: Using an Abstracted Interpreter to Understand Abstract InterpretationUsing an Abstracted Interpreter to Understand Abstract Interpretation
09/01/2003Re: Using an Abstracted Interpreter to Understand Abstract InterpretationUsing an Abstracted Interpreter to Understand Abstract Interpretation
09/01/2003Re: Using an Abstracted Interpreter to Understand Abstract InterpretationUsing an Abstracted Interpreter to Understand Abstract Interpretation
08/27/2003Lisp books mini reviewsLisp books mini reviews
08/27/2003Re: Translating human language to database query languageTranslating human language to database query language
08/28/2003Re: Translating human language to database query languageTranslating human language to database query language
08/29/2003Re: Translating human language to database query languageTranslating human language to database query language
08/29/2003Re: Translating human language to database query languageTranslating human language to database query language
08/26/2003Dynamic languages and virtual machinesDynamic languages and virtual machines
08/26/2003Re: Dynamic languages and virtual machinesDynamic languages and virtual machines
08/27/2003Re: Dynamic languages and virtual machinesDynamic languages and virtual machines
08/27/2003Re: Dynamic languages and virtual machinesDynamic languages and virtual machines
08/27/2003Re: Dynamic languages and virtual machinesDynamic languages and virtual machines
08/27/2003Re: Dynamic languages and virtual machinesDynamic languages and virtual machines
08/28/2003Re: Dynamic languages and virtual machinesDynamic languages and virtual machines
09/01/2003Re: 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
11/23/2003Re: Dynamic languages and virtual machinesDynamic languages and virtual machines
08/26/2003Set-Theoretic and Other Elementary Models of the LCSet-Theoretic and Other Elementary Models of the LC
08/25/2003Perl 6 Essentials / Chapter 1 / Project OverviewPerl 6 Essentials / Chapter 1 / Project Overview
08/25/2003Maybe Erlang is OO after all?Maybe Erlang is OO after all?
08/26/2003Re: Maybe Erlang is OO after all?Maybe Erlang is OO after all?
08/24/2003Guest Bloggers on LtU?Guest Bloggers on LtU?
08/24/2003Re: Guest Bloggers on LtU?Guest Bloggers on LtU?
08/24/2003Re: Guest Bloggers on LtU?Guest Bloggers on LtU?
08/25/2003Re: Guest Bloggers on LtU?Guest Bloggers on LtU?
08/25/2003Re: Guest Bloggers on LtU?Guest Bloggers on LtU?
08/23/2003Patterns in Datatype-Generic ProgrammingPatterns in Datatype-Generic Programming
08/24/2003Re: Patterns in Datatype-Generic ProgrammingPatterns in Datatype-Generic Programming
08/24/2003Re: Patterns in Datatype-Generic ProgrammingPatterns in Datatype-Generic Programming
08/25/2003Re: Patterns in Datatype-Generic ProgrammingPatterns in Datatype-Generic Programming
08/25/2003Re: Patterns in Datatype-Generic ProgrammingPatterns in Datatype-Generic Programming
08/22/2003Re: Memoization in Java Using Dynamic Proxy ClassesMemoization in Java Using Dynamic Proxy Classes
08/22/2003Re: Memoization in Java Using Dynamic Proxy ClassesMemoization in Java Using Dynamic Proxy Classes
08/24/2003Re: The Trouble with Checked ExceptionsThe Trouble with Checked Exceptions
08/24/2003Re: The Trouble with Checked ExceptionsThe Trouble with Checked Exceptions
08/29/2003Re: The Trouble with Checked ExceptionsThe Trouble with Checked Exceptions
08/18/2003Closures and mutabilityClosures and mutability
08/13/2003Quiz: Language inventor or serial killer?Quiz: Language inventor or serial killer?
08/13/2003Codata and Comonads in HaskellCodata and Comonads in Haskell
08/12/2003All About MonadsAll About Monads
08/13/2003Re: All About MonadsAll About Monads
08/13/2003Re: All About MonadsAll About Monads
08/13/2003Re: All About MonadsAll About Monads
08/18/2003Re: All About MonadsAll About Monads
08/11/2003Udell: Symbol grounding, XML, and RDFUdell: Symbol grounding, XML, and RDF
08/11/2003Re: Udell: Symbol grounding, XML, and RDFUdell: Symbol grounding, XML, and RDF
08/12/2003Re: Udell: Symbol grounding, XML, and RDFUdell: Symbol grounding, XML, and RDF
08/12/2003Re: Udell: Symbol grounding, XML, and RDFUdell: Symbol grounding, XML, and RDF
08/14/2003Re: Udell: Symbol grounding, XML, and RDFUdell: Symbol grounding, XML, and RDF
08/11/2003Calculating Functional Programs: maximum segment sumCalculating Functional Programs: maximum segment sum
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08/11/2003Re: Calculating Functional Programs: maximum segment sumCalculating Functional Programs: maximum segment sum
08/12/2003Re: Calculating Functional Programs: maximum segment sumCalculating Functional Programs: maximum segment sum
08/14/2003Re: Calculating Functional Programs: maximum segment sumCalculating Functional Programs: maximum segment sum
08/14/2003Re: Calculating Functional Programs: maximum segment sumCalculating Functional Programs: maximum segment sum
08/10/2003The Design of Parallel Programming LanguagesThe Design of Parallel Programming Languages
08/11/2003Re: The Design of Parallel Programming LanguagesThe Design of Parallel Programming Languages
08/11/2003Re: The Design of Parallel Programming LanguagesThe Design of Parallel Programming Languages
08/12/2003Re: The Design of Parallel Programming LanguagesThe Design of Parallel Programming Languages
08/10/2003Proof methods for corecursive programsProof methods for corecursive programs
08/09/2003Re: Patterns of SoftwarePatterns of Software
08/07/2003Region-Based Model AbstractionRegion-Based Model Abstraction
08/07/2003Re: Region-Based Model AbstractionRegion-Based Model Abstraction
08/07/2003Re: Region-Based Model AbstractionRegion-Based Model Abstraction
08/07/2003Re: Region-Based Model AbstractionRegion-Based Model Abstraction
08/07/2003Re: How to make a FPL successfulHow to make a FPL successful
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08/06/2003amb and Quantum Computation in Schemeamb and Quantum Computation in Scheme
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08/04/2003Udell: Test before you leap into developmentUdell: Test before you leap into development
08/05/2003Re: Udell: Test before you leap into developmentUdell: Test before you leap into development
08/07/2003Re: Udell: Test before you leap into developmentUdell: Test before you leap into development
08/07/2003Re: Udell: Test before you leap into developmentUdell: Test before you leap into development
08/10/2003Re: Udell: Test before you leap into developmentUdell: Test before you leap into development
08/11/2003Re: Udell: Test before you leap into developmentUdell: Test before you leap into development
08/11/2003Re: Udell: Test before you leap into developmentUdell: Test before you leap into development
08/04/2003JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/04/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/04/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/04/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/04/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/05/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/05/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/05/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/05/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/05/2003Re: 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
08/06/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/06/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/06/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/07/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/07/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/07/2003Re: JDO ArchitecturesJDO Architectures
08/04/2003Term rewriting system for code generation, and its termination analysisTerm rewriting system for code generation, and its termination analysis
08/04/2003Calling LtU editorsCalling LtU editors
08/04/2003Re: Calling LtU editorsCalling LtU editors
08/04/2003Re: Calling LtU editorsCalling LtU editors
08/04/2003Re: Calling LtU editorsCalling LtU editors
08/03/2003Re: JavaScript with Continuations and its use in Apache CocoonJavaScript with Continuations and its use in Apache Cocoon
08/02/2003Demo of VB "Whidbey"Demo of VB "Whidbey"
08/03/2003Re: Demo of VBDemo of VB "Whidbey"
07/31/2003Theorems for free!Theorems for free!
08/04/2003Re: Theorems for free!Theorems for free!
08/04/2003Re: Theorems for free!Theorems for free!
08/04/2003Re: The Pragmatic LanguageThe Pragmatic Language
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07/30/2003Exegesis 6Exegesis 6
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07/24/2003Re: Java Is a Language for the MassesJava Is a Language for the Masses
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07/25/2003Re: Java Is a Language for the MassesJava Is a Language for the Masses
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07/22/2003Re: Are delegates the moniker of .NET?Are delegates the moniker of .NET?
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07/18/2003Re: 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
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07/14/2003Re: Neal Stephenson's USENIX keynoteNeal Stephenson's USENIX keynote
07/14/2003Re: Neal Stephenson's USENIX keynoteNeal Stephenson's USENIX keynote
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07/13/2003Re: Jef Raskin: The Woes of IDEsJef Raskin: The Woes of IDEs
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06/29/2003Re: ICFP 2003ICFP 2003
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06/12/2003Re: Next weekNext week
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05/31/2003David Mertz: MultimethodsDavid Mertz: Multimethods
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05/28/2003CLR Memory ModelCLR Memory Model
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05/28/2003EXSLT: Enhancing the Power of XSLTEXSLT: Enhancing the Power of XSLT
05/27/2003Re: The Fun of ProgrammingThe Fun of Programming
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05/15/2003Re: Language Once Was Key-Now It's DesignLanguage Once Was Key-Now It's Design
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05/04/2003XeLda: Enforcing Dimensional Consistency in SpreadsheetsXeLda: Enforcing Dimensional Consistency in Spreadsheets
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04/26/2003Alan Kay's talk at O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference 2003Alan Kay's talk at O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference 2003
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04/22/2003Python Metaclass ProgrammingPython Metaclass Programming
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04/23/2003Re: LojbanLojban
04/21/2003Haskell WikiHaskell Wiki
04/22/2003Re: Dissecting Unlambda BirdsDissecting Unlambda Birds
04/15/2003Selectors Make Analysis of case-lambda Too HardSelectors Make Analysis of case-lambda Too Hard
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04/15/2003SpamSpam
04/15/2003Re: SpamSpam
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04/13/2003Re: Hundred Year LanguageHundred Year Language
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04/08/2003Re: DPROGDPROG
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04/03/2003Re: J. McCarthy: Towards a Mathematical Science of ComputationJ. McCarthy: Towards a Mathematical Science of Computation
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03/31/2003Escape Analysis for JavaEscape Analysis for Java
03/28/2003Book and Course in Constraint Programming and ReasoningBook and Course in Constraint Programming and Reasoning
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12/03/2002Usability Issues in the Design of Novice Programming SystemsUsability Issues in the Design of Novice Programming Systems
12/01/2002I feel like an idiot, but...I feel like an idiot, but...
12/02/2002Re: I feel like an idiot, but...I feel like an idiot, but...
12/01/2002User-defined functions in ExcelUser-defined functions in Excel
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12/03/2002Re: User-defined functions in ExcelUser-defined functions in Excel
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12/04/2002Re: User-defined functions in ExcelUser-defined functions in Excel
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11/30/2002APL CrosswordsAPL Crosswords
12/04/2002Re: APL CrosswordsAPL Crosswords
12/04/2002Re: APL CrosswordsAPL Crosswords
11/30/2002The Architecture of a Debugger for Lazy Functional LanguagesThe Architecture of a Debugger for Lazy Functional Languages
11/29/2002First Class PatternsFirst Class Patterns
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11/27/2002Re: The "Plankalkül" of Konrad ZuseThe "Plankalkul" of Konrad Zuse
11/27/2002A Type Error Slicer for MiniMLA Type Error Slicer for MiniML
11/26/2002ll1-discuss on macrosll1-discuss on macros
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11/26/2002Re: ll1-discuss on macrosll1-discuss on macros
11/27/2002Re: ll1-discuss on macrosll1-discuss on macros
11/27/2002Re: ll1-discuss on macrosll1-discuss on macros
11/29/2002Re: ll1-discuss on macrosll1-discuss on macros
11/26/2002Re: A Shallow Introduction to the K Programming LanguageA Shallow Introduction to the K Programming Language
11/25/2002Impressions of the International Lisp conference ILC2002Impressions of the International Lisp conference ILC2002
02/12/2003Re: Impressions of the International Lisp conference ILC2002Impressions of the International Lisp conference ILC2002
11/24/2002Why LtU was so quietWhy LtU was so quiet
11/20/2002Re: Psychology in Language DesignPsychology in Language Design
11/20/2002Composition LanguagesComposition Languages
11/24/2002Re: Composition LanguagesComposition Languages
11/24/2002Re: Composition LanguagesComposition Languages
11/25/2002Re: Composition LanguagesComposition Languages
11/26/2002Re: Composition LanguagesComposition Languages
11/19/2002What's Wrong With RDF?What's Wrong With RDF?
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11/24/2002Re: What's Wrong With RDF?What's Wrong With RDF?
11/24/2002Re: What's Wrong With RDF?What's Wrong With RDF?
11/24/2002Re: What's Wrong With RDF?What's Wrong With RDF?
11/24/2002Re: What's Wrong With RDF?What's Wrong With RDF?
11/24/2002Re: What's Wrong With RDF?What's Wrong With RDF?
11/19/2002The point of (any) semanticsThe point of (any) semantics
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11/18/2002Introducing C#, Present and FutureIntroducing C#, Present and Future
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11/16/2002Towards a Quantum Programming LanguageTowards a Quantum Programming Language
11/16/2002Objects and classes versus modulesObjects and classes versus modules
11/15/2002Harper: PL, The Essence of Computer ScienceHarper: PL, The Essence of Computer Science
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11/13/2002Whitepaper on new C# FeaturesWhitepaper on new C# Features
11/13/2002Re: Garbage collection in Ada?Garbage collection in Ada?
11/13/2002Re: Why OO SucksWhy OO Sucks
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11/12/2002Re: [The Creation of a Constraint-based Programming Language][The Creation of a Constraint-based Programming Language]
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11/12/2002Re: Relational Programming (whatever happened to...)Relational Programming (whatever happened to...)
11/11/2002Strafunski updateStrafunski update
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
11/11/2002Re: 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
11/13/2002Re: Essay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic ProgrammingEssay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic Programming
11/13/2002Re: Essay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic ProgrammingEssay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic Programming
11/13/2002Re: Essay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic ProgrammingEssay: Multi-Paradigm Design and Generic Programming
11/11/2002Survey of OOPLSurvey of OOPL
11/10/2002Executable Implementation of Scheme Denotational SemanticsExecutable Implementation of Scheme Denotational Semantics
11/09/2002The Dream of a Perfect LanguageThe Dream of a Perfect Language
11/09/2002Re: Computer Programming as an ArtComputer Programming as an Art
11/08/2002Microsoft rules...Microsoft rules...
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11/08/2002Use of Prolog for Developing a new Programming LanguageUse of Prolog for Developing a new Programming Language
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11/09/2002Re: LL2 WebcastLL2 Webcast
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11/12/2002Re: LL2 WebcastLL2 Webcast
11/07/2002Re: Loell, a new programming languageLoell, a new programming language
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11/07/2002Re: Loell, a new programming languageLoell, a new programming language
11/08/2002Re: Loell, a new programming languageLoell, a new programming language
11/07/2002Re: Do languages matter?Do languages matter?
11/10/2002Re: Do languages matter?Do languages matter?
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11/11/2002Re: Do languages matter?Do languages matter?
11/11/2002Re: Do languages matter?Do languages matter?
11/06/2002LtU on BlogHopLtU on BlogHop
11/06/2002Re: LtU on BlogHopLtU on BlogHop
11/03/2002International Lisp Conference reportInternational Lisp Conference report
11/05/2002Re: Where to learn programming-related math?Where to learn programming-related math?
11/03/2002Re: A Good OOP Critique?A Good OOP Critique?
11/03/2002Re: A Good OOP Critique?A Good OOP Critique?
11/08/2002Re: A Good OOP Critique?A Good OOP Critique?
11/02/2002Re: Sugar project?Sugar project?
10/31/2002Floating Point ArithmeticFloating Point Arithmetic
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10/31/2002StrongtalkStrongtalk
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10/30/2002Introduction to Aspect-Oriented ProgrammingIntroduction to Aspect-Oriented Programming
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10/30/2002Exploring alternative syntaxes for XMLExploring alternative syntaxes for XML
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10/29/2002Generic Haskell: Practice and TheoryGeneric Haskell: Practice and Theory
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10/28/2002JudoScriptJudoScript
10/26/2002Type-Directed Natural Language ParsingType-Directed Natural Language Parsing
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10/27/2002Re: Notes on Postmodern ProgrammingNotes on Postmodern Programming
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10/24/2002Reynolds: The Essence of AlgolReynolds: The Essence of Algol
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10/24/2002Lazy vs. strictLazy vs. strict
10/23/2002Lightweight Languages Workshop 2002Lightweight Languages Workshop 2002
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10/25/2002Re: Lightweight Languages Workshop 2002Lightweight Languages Workshop 2002
10/26/2002Re: Lightweight Languages Workshop 2002Lightweight Languages Workshop 2002
10/23/2002Re: Design By Contract DiscussionDesign By Contract Discussion
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10/22/2002Re: Template Meta-programming in HaskellTemplate Meta-programming in Haskell
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10/20/2002Efficient JVM Just-in-Time CompilationEfficient JVM Just-in-Time Compilation
10/20/2002Re: Software quotationsSoftware quotations
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10/18/2002Type Safety anecdoteType Safety anecdote
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10/20/2002Re: Type Safety anecdoteType Safety anecdote
10/20/2002Re: Type Safety anecdoteType Safety anecdote
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10/17/2002David McCusker is looking for a jobDavid McCusker is looking for a job
10/17/2002Type Systems for ModularityType Systems for Modularity
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10/17/2002Re: Creating applications with MozillaCreating applications with Mozilla
10/17/2002F-Script: Smalltalk Scripting for Mac OS XF-Script: Smalltalk Scripting for Mac OS X
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10/15/2002Robert Harper: Types and Programming LanguagesRobert Harper: Types and Programming Languages
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10/15/2002Critique: Why Pascal is Not My Favorite Programming LanguageCritique: Why Pascal is Not My Favorite Programming Language
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10/14/2002CurryingCurrying
10/16/2002Re: CurryingCurrying
10/16/2002Re: CurryingCurrying
10/16/2002Re: CurryingCurrying
10/17/2002Re: CurryingCurrying
10/17/2002Re: CurryingCurrying
10/18/2002Re: CurryingCurrying
10/13/2002Felleisen: From Patterns to Programming LanguagesFelleisen: From Patterns to Programming Languages
10/14/2002Re: Felleisen: From Patterns to Programming LanguagesFelleisen: From Patterns to Programming Languages
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10/13/2002Haskell tutorial in HebrewHaskell tutorial in Hebrew
10/13/2002Re: Haskell tutorial in HebrewHaskell tutorial in Hebrew
10/14/2002Re: Haskell tutorial in HebrewHaskell tutorial in Hebrew
10/14/2002Re: Haskell tutorial in HebrewHaskell tutorial in Hebrew
10/14/2002Re: Haskell tutorial in HebrewHaskell tutorial in Hebrew
10/29/2002Re: Haskell tutorial in HebrewHaskell tutorial in Hebrew
10/31/2002Re: Haskell tutorial in HebrewHaskell tutorial in Hebrew
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11/19/2002Re: Haskell tutorial in HebrewHaskell tutorial in Hebrew
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10/12/2002Python 2.3 Release SchedulePython 2.3 Release Schedule
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10/11/2002C# standardization moves aheadC# standardization moves ahead
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10/09/2002Re: Prolog and Natural-Language AnalysisProlog and Natural-Language Analysis
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10/08/2002Most amazing designer?Most amazing designer?
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10/08/2002Re: Theory of Concatenative CombinatorsTheory of Concatenative Combinators
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10/08/2002o:XMLo:XML
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10/07/2002Re: ICFP programming contest resultsICFP programming contest results
10/07/2002Re: ICFP programming contest resultsICFP programming contest results
10/07/2002Re: ICFP programming contest resultsICFP programming contest results
10/08/2002Re: ICFP programming contest resultsICFP programming contest results
10/06/2002USENIX - Security '02 - Technical SessionsUSENIX - Security '02 - Technical Sessions
10/06/2002Re: No FP languages for the real-worldNo FP languages for the real-world
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10/04/2002One tree isn't enoughOne tree isn't enough
10/03/2002Additions to the research papers pageAdditions to the research papers page
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10/02/2002TXL: Tree Transformation LanguageTXL: Tree Transformation Language
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10/02/2002Re: Linguistic Relativity HomepageLinguistic Relativity Homepage
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10/01/2002Re: MIT OpenCourseWare: Laboratory in Software EngineeringMIT OpenCourseWare: Laboratory in Software Engineering
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10/01/2002Liskov's Java bookLiskov's Java book
10/01/2002Algebraic patterns in SchemeAlgebraic patterns in Scheme
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09/30/2002Introduction to Functional ProgrammingIntroduction to Functional Programming
09/30/2002Observations on CIL booksObservations on CIL books
09/29/2002The Foundations of Two-Dimensional SemanticsThe Foundations of Two-Dimensional Semantics
09/28/2002Computational biolinguisticsComputational biolinguistics
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09/27/2002Re: A Type Notation for SchemeA Type Notation for Scheme
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09/22/2002Sociological InsightsSociological Insights
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09/20/2002Native XML ScriptingNative XML Scripting
09/22/2002Re: Native XML ScriptingNative XML Scripting
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03/29/2003Re: Native XML ScriptingNative XML Scripting
09/20/2002Re: Michael Vanier: LFM's and LFSP'sMichael Vanier: LFM's and LFSP's
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09/19/2002Separating Concerns with KnitSeparating Concerns with Knit
09/18/2002Automatic Run-time Interface BuildingAutomatic Run-time Interface Building
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09/26/2002Re: Automatic Run-time Interface BuildingAutomatic Run-time Interface Building
09/18/2002Building cyclic data structures in pure languagesBuilding cyclic data structures in pure languages
09/18/2002Re: Introduction to Special Issue on Domain-Specific LanguagesIntroduction to Special Issue on Domain-Specific Languages
09/17/2002Bricklin: Why Johnny can't programBricklin: Why Johnny can't program
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09/19/2002Re: Bricklin: Why Johnny can't programBricklin: Why Johnny can't program
09/20/2002Re: Bricklin: Why Johnny can't programBricklin: Why Johnny can't program
09/20/2002Re: Bricklin: Why Johnny can't programBricklin: Why Johnny can't program
09/17/2002Intentional Software Corporation (ISC)Intentional Software Corporation (ISC)
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09/27/2002Re: Intentional Software Corporation (ISC)Intentional Software Corporation (ISC)
09/17/2002Q: A Scenario Description LanguageQ: A Scenario Description Language
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09/18/2002Re: Best Language Design Papers (survey)Best Language Design Papers (survey)
09/23/2002Re: Best Language Design Papers (survey)Best Language Design Papers (survey)
10/15/2002Re: Best Language Design Papers (survey)Best Language Design Papers (survey)
09/16/2002Re: Evaluation Order Semantics in Expressions with Side EffectsEvaluation Order Semantics in Expressions with Side Effects
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09/13/2002Wadler: XQuery, a typed functional language for querying XMLWadler: XQuery, a typed functional language for querying XML
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09/15/2002Re: Interactions of Abstractions in ProgrammingInteractions of Abstractions in Programming
09/11/2002SmallSqueakSmallSqueak
09/11/2002Re: LPS: Language Prototyping SystemLPS: Language Prototyping System
09/05/2002Short breakShort break
09/11/2002Re: Short breakShort break
09/03/2002Java hits obstacle with cell phonesJava hits obstacle with cell phones
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09/04/2002Re: Java hits obstacle with cell phonesJava hits obstacle with cell phones
09/05/2002Re: Java hits obstacle with cell phonesJava hits obstacle with cell phones
09/03/2002SchemeUnit and SchemeQL: Two Little LanguagesSchemeUnit and SchemeQL: Two Little Languages
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