Tuesday Jan 02, 2007
I was reading the RSS feed for dzone and saw this well written introduction to Functional Programming. Since people have been discussing adding closures to Java, I started reading more about functional programming languages. After spending many years watching people struggle with multi-threaded programs, I'm beginning to think function programming languages might be ready to make a come back. Such languages encourage you to design data structures and algorithms that are independent of global (or shared) variables.
Sunday Dec 24, 2006
By Chris Quenelle on Dec 24, 2006
I found this on del.icio.us/popular: A video showing how to use OpenID to get a portable login that you can use with many different web sites. One password, controlled from one spot. And you can get your free login identity from multiple different web sites offering the OpenID service. Check it out. Back to your holiday entertainment....
- Blog relocation
- C++ and OpenMP runtime libraries in Solaris
- command-not-found for OpenSolaris?
- Goodbye Solaris 9 (for Sun Studio)
- git user's guide?
- New Sun Studio FAQ site
- Dbx versus gdb
- Django (actually MySQL-python) and RPATH
- SXDE 5/07 -- Solaris Express Developers Edition
- Debugging tips for threaded programs on Solaris