Mon Feb 18 2008 20:32 EST Andy Hertzfeld's Apple performance review | developer.* Blogs: Surprisingly interesting (faint praise, I know)
Mon Jul 23 2007 09:50 PST cc65 - a freeware C compiler for 6502 based systems: Your gateway to 15 new RFK ports
Wed Apr 11 2007 06:46 PST American Scientist Online - Where's the Real Bottleneck in Scientific Computing? : Computational illiteracy. Even some developers don't use version control (shiver). The marginal benefit of a single lesson in best practices is huge.
Sun Jan 21 2007 17:37 PST Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, Video Lectures: The original and best
Wed Oct 05 2005 09:57 PST: "my experience is that xml applications are like motif applications from the 80s, but without the retro charm"
Wed Jul 20 2005 12:27 PST Icon Design by David Vignoni : icon king v2 >> goodies: Supposedly good icons, according to commenter on Ian's weblog
Tue May 10 2005 13:02 PST Dashboard Programming Guide : Kevin has demanded that I write dashboard widgets for his amusement, even though I pointed out that dashboard widgets have been around for FIFTEEN YEARS.
Thu Feb 17 2005 13:17 PST Regular Expression Library -- presented by ASPSmith.com Training: now you have *three* problems
Wed Nov 17 2004 15:58 PST One Minute Perl Book Reviews: decision procedure for perl book quality (of course, the value of a good perl book is dubious at best since it just encourages people to learn perl)
Tue Oct 19 2004 15:36 PST Inefficient sort algorithms: "This is a multiply and surrender algorithm: one that continues multiplying subproblems as long as possible until their solution can no longer be postponed."
Fri Oct 15 2004 15:54 PST Programming in Emacs Lisp (Second Edition) - Table of Contents - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF): 'Typing editing commands or C-x C-e is a leading cause of evaluation.'
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