“Loell is an experimental programming language in development. The idea is to have a small core with a lot of power. For the rest I plan to use it to try out new language ideas, which I usually get from Lambda the Ultimate. The focus is on testing out language features that improve productivity, likeContinue reading “Loell, Lazy Object Evaluation Little Language”
Combining imperative and functional programming into one language
“The statement that the framework bits aren’t shipping as part of the 64-bit version of Windows 2003 Server had my interest piqued as it would seem evidence of an actual retreat from .NET — but I’m also left wondering if this is a strategic decision or a tactical one driven by possible framework 64-bit compatability issues. Your guessContinue reading “Is Microsoft dropping .NET already?”
“he SCO® Group (SCO) (Nasdaq: SCOX), the owner of the UNIX® operating system, today announced it has licensed its UNIX technology including a patent and source code licenses to Microsoft® Corporation. The licensing deal ensures Microsoft’s intellectual property compliance across all Microsoft solutions and will better enable Microsoft to ensure compatibility with UNIX and UNIXContinue reading “SCO Announces UNIX Licensing Deal With Microsoft”
#1: Synchronization is really slow#2: Declaring classes or methods final makes them faster#3: Immutable objects are bad for performance True or false?
BoxOffice Mojo: “The hotly anticipated middle movie of the Wachowski Bros.’ cyber-epic raked in an incredible $42,508,303 at 3,603 theaters on Thursday, storming past the $30,141,471 that Attack of the Clones posted on this same day last year as the biggest weekday gross ever. That raw number also stands as the highest opening day ever,Continue reading “Matrix Reloaded did well at it’s first night”
Borland release results of a survey they held (under their customers? could mean something):http://homepages.borland.com/davidi/bdn/2003BDNSurveyResults.html Looking at Delphi’s popularity, it must’ve been just Borland customers.
“Polyphonic C# extends the C# programming language with new asynchronous concurrency abstractions, based on the join calculus. The language presents a simple and powerful model of concurrency which is applicable both to multithreaded applications running on a single machine and to the orchestration of asynchronous, event-based applications communicating over a wide area network.” More aboutContinue reading “Polyphonic C#”