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eproject

http://blog.jrock.us

«For a long time, I've had a hack in my local elisp directory that let me easily visit related files in my perl projects [...] Now that I've started programming more frequently in other languages, I've missed having this feature. Instead of hacking something together for every other language I might use, I decided to generalize the concept of a "project" and "related files".

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Nectarine City Handbook of C Programming Style

http://jfm3-repl.blogspot.com

"For nearly every company or group I've worked for, I have written a programming style guide. I've spent some time re-thinking all of these old style guides, and have written a new one, the Nectarine City Handbook of C Programming Style..."

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C++ Code Completion and Qt Signals/Slots in KDevelop 4 IDE

http://zwabel.wordpress.com

Most C++/Qt programmers love the signals and slots, since they allow getting stuff up and running really fast. KDevelop 4 allows you to see all places where a signal/slot is connected, intelligently rename it, and to intelligently rename any types involved in the signature. Together with highlighting this can help detect broken connections.

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Free Software Supply Chains

http://aseigo.blogspot.com

Over the past few months I've been quietly tracking our upstream and downstream interactions. The motivation for this has been my experience with the KDE 4 series, in which we have both been on more people's radar (when was the last time NVidia mentioned KDE 3 in a driver release?) and seen more train-wrecks both up- and down-stream from us.

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The Emacs Way

http://patricklogan.blogspot.com

«I had a good beer talk this week with Merlyn about IDEs and Emacs. Merlyn's been playing with Clojure, a Lisp for the JVM [...] After the meeting, over at the Side Door, with a good, draft Pilsner in hand, I was asked by Merlyn, "What's the fundamental difference between an IDE like IntelliJ or Eclipse and Emacs?" ...»

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uptime: 36 years

http://blog.s11n.net

Today’s theme is birthdays (namely mine), so i threw together an extended remix of the Happy Birthday Song for all of the other programmers out there who also have a birthday today…

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Ubuntu vs OS X: The deathmatch!

http://regebro.wordpress.com

As you may have seen from my recent posts I’m trying out OS X. There is no doubt that for the casual computer users viewpoint OS X kicks Linux’s ass. But I’m a open source computer programmer, and for us things are definitely not as clear cut. Five years ago, they probably would have been, but then Ubuntu arrived.

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How Open Source Comments (by Programming Language)

http://www.riehle.org

We recently looked at the commenting practice of active working open source projects. It is quite impressive: The average comment density of open source is around 19%.

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OCaml Batteries alpha 2: Debian packages

http://upsilon.cc

"Out of popular request (wow, people on #ocaml@freenode are very excited about the Batteries thingy, good!), I've prepared Debian packages for OCaml Batteries Included, version alpha 2 ..."

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rubyconf the eighth

http://technomancy.us

"I'm back in Seattle after an excellent RubyConf in Orlando, FL. These events are always a treat, and this year's was no exception. Last year the dominant theme was alternate implementations, and this time around it has become an ingrained assumption rather than something that needed to be stated.

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Emacs World Domination for the Wrong Reasons

http://livollmers.net

RMS: « ...I am sure it IS effective for convincing people to use [Emacs] when that is more convenient. I want to convince people to insist on freedom even when it is inconvenient..." »

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Adventures in Haskell

http://micah.cowan.name

"So, the last few weeks I’ve been learning the Haskell programming language, and thought I’d share my thoughts on it. Haskell is a pure functional programming language that supports lazy evaluation (I’ll explain all that in a moment), which has been gaining popularity in some circles (and particularly among academia and computer lingusts).

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Learning the craft

http://www.tuxdeluxe.org

Jeremy Allison of Samba on learning the craft of programming

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PLT Scheme v4.1 released

http://blog.plt-scheme.org

"PLT Scheme version 4.1 is now available from http://plt-scheme.org/ ..."

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Sketchy LISP: An Introduction to Functional Programming in Scheme, Third Edition Now Available

http://groups.google.com

"...Sketchy LISP presents an overview of the Scheme programming language with strong emphasis on functional programming. Language elements and programming techniques are explained by means of simple examples which are used to form more complex programs..." --

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