Arc on Windows for Web Apps
Paul Graham is one of the two bloggers whose posts I read regularly – an eccentric venture capitalist, successful entrepreneur, hacker, and painter. Paul’s been working a new language called Arc for a long time, claiming it will be a powerful variant of Lisp suitable for web applications – this […]Read More
Subverting the dominant paradigm
For our development services tax this week, Squirrel asked me to look into using a tool called Subversion. Subversion is a version control system that was written to correct various issues with CVS. We are interested in it for a couple of reasons (and I’m probably missing some here): Better […]Read More
How To Write Bug-Free Code
I’m off to Cambridge shortly to give my first session on How To Write Bug-Free Code. I’ll be repeating this presentation at several more universities this autumn as part of our educational outreach (that is, recruitment drive!) The fun part of this talk is that I spend the second half […]Read More
Addicted to Debugging?
As youDevise gets bigger, I don’t get to pair with developers on my team as often as I’d like – but I always do when asked. One thing that’s really noticeable when you pair with me on a bug assignment is that I don’t use a debugger. Ever. I’ve don’t […]Read More