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The Julia Language - 7 views

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    Julia is a high-level, high-performance dynamic programming language for technical computing. It supports distributed parallel execution, numerical accuracy, and an extensive mathematical function library. It uses an LLVM-based JIT compiler to achieve near C performance that far outstrips Python/Matlab/R ...
Joel Bennett

Programming Languages - Hyperpolyglot - 11 views

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    Side-by-side comparisons of programming language features
Joel Bennett

Flatlander: Scala for C# programmers, part 1: mixins and traits - 2 views

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    Part one of 6 (and a half) introducing Scala for the C# developer
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    Miguel de Icaza's working on the Visual Studio integration for Scala.Net to be released this fall along with full access to CLR types from Scala
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programming languages ranking, May 2010 (Image GIF, 2157x769 pixels) - 21 views

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The Ideal HPC Programming Language - ACM Queue - 2 views

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    What if programming did not mean having to learn a language someone else devised and then wrestling with the limitations of that language, its compilers, and computers to implement your task? What if it meant, in a sense, the opposite? You could write your program in whatever way was most expressive for you, without regard for language rules imposed by someone else. Then it would be somebody else's job to define the programming language that would make sense of what you wrote, write the compilers to digest the program, and build the computers that would efficiently run the task you specified.
Joel Bennett

F# PowerPack - 3 views

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    The F# PowerPack is a collection of libraries and tools for F#, provided by the F# team at Microsoft, but which is not part of the core F# release.

    The PowerPack include features such as a basic Matrix library and supporting math types, FsLex and FsYacc tools for lexing and parsing, support for using F# with LINQ-based libraries, and a tool for generating HTML documentation from F# libraries.
Joel Bennett

Functional Programming Fundamentals, Chapter 1 of 13 - Dr. Erik Meijer - C9 Lectures - ... - 0 views

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    "We kick off C9 Lectures with a journey into the world of Functional Programming with functional language purist and high priest of the lambda calculus, Dr. Erik Meijer "
Joel Bennett

ooc - 1 views

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    "ooc is a modern, object-oriented, functional-ish, high-level, low-level, sexy programming language. it's translated to pure C with a source-to-source compiler. it strives to be powerful, modular, extensible, portable, yet simple and fast. "
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T# Studio from Pretty Objects - 0 views

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    Visual T# is a new generation unit testing tool with it's own language where testing concepts become first-class constructs.
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Microsoft F# Developer Center - 0 views

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    F# is a functional programming language for the .NET Framework. It combines the succinct, expressive, and compositional style of functional programming with the runtime, libraries, interoperability, and object model of .NET. -- and it had a new CTP in September 2008
Joel Bennett

Polyglot Programming | Dr. Dobb's | May 1, 2002 - 0 views

  • Everyone will benefit, even the Java community: Now that there's competition again, new constructs are—surprise!—again being considered for Java
  • Do languages have to sacrifice anything?
  • .NET goes much further:

    • A routine written in a language L1 may call another routine written in a different language L2.
    • A module in L1 may declare a variable whose type is a class declared in L2, and then call the corresponding L2 routines on that variable.
    • If both languages are object oriented, a class in L1 can inherit from a class in L2.
    • Exceptions triggered by a routine written in L1 and not handled on the L1 side will be passed to the caller, which—if written in L2—will process it using L2's own exception-handling mechanism.
    • During a debugging session, you may move freely and seamlessly across modules written in L1 and L2.

    I don't know about you, but I've never seen anything coming even close to this level of interoperability.

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    This ability to mix languages offers great promise for the future of programming languages, as the practical advance of new language designs will no longer be hindered by the library issue ...
Joel Bennett

Future Focus I: Dynamic Lookup - Charlie Calvert - MSDN Blogs - 0 views

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    A look at how C# 4.0 may add support for interfacing with dynamic languages.
Joel Bennett

F# (FSharp) - Microsoft Research - 0 views

  • F# is a programming language that provides the much sought-after combination of type safety, performance and scripting,
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Being Popular - 0 views

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    What makes a programming language successful?
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xacc.ide - 0 views

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    xacc is an opensource multi-language IDE written in C# ... it handles syntax highlighting etc for everything from Boo and C# to Ruby and Perl, to Caml, F#, Scheme and Lua, and even Yacc, Bison, Lex and Flex ... and PowerShell.

    It has project support for C#/C++, Nemerle and Boo, and Yacc/Flex, NSIS, etc.
Joel Bennett

C# from a Java Developer's Perspective v2.0 - Dare Obasanjo - 0 views

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    Dare Obasanjo updates his comparison of C# and Java to C# 2.0 and Java 1.5 and notices they've grown closer together ... but are probably about to diverge significantly with the release of C# 3.0

    At any rate this is a good overview for anyone who codes in either C# or Java and is interested in the other.

Joel Bennett

html2wiki.pm - Convert HTML text to wiki markup - live preview - 0 views

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    A Perl Module to convert HTML to any of the many pseudo-markups in use by wiki's and blogs, including Textile (see "Confluence") and Markdown, MediaWiki, UseMod, SnipSnap, MoinMoin, etc.
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    At first I thought this could be the "back" part of TIM, but after trying it out on even simple example text, I'm a bit dissapointed. The nested lists, images, and URLs seem broken (although the links at least, work in Confluence).

    The worst problems are that it has no sense of %{style} span% or footnotes, and no concept AT ALL of tables.  It would be nice to at least get the {style} -- and therefore the spans -- working.
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