Whoever tries to learn Scala immediately encounters talk about Functional Programming . The first step is having functions as first-class citizens. This opens up new ways of programming, and the Scala collection library if far superior to Java's because of it.
For once no Clojure, nor Scala in this post.There is no whining in saying that as a java developer by day, I too rarely have the opportunity to learn or teach something, because of the attitude of diletante people more concerned by "making a career" than committing into their developer's job. But last friday a nice thing happened. I went lucky playing with Junit rules. Let us settle the environment. I am working on the worst project I have ever been working on.
Accueil > Deploiment lean > Le lean est une bulle ? Aujourd’hui le lean est partout, dans les usines où les choses on commencé, mais également dans le management, dans la santé, dans le management de projets, dans l’engineering, dans l’immobilier, dans la banque, dans la finance, dans l’informatique… Et j’en passe. Cela a toutes les caractéristiques d’une bulle. L’histoire nous apprend que toutes les bulles finissent par exploser… L’histoire nous apprend aussi que l’on a vu pareil comportement concernant le fordisme avec des échecs cuisants sans un domaine comme celui de la construction des maisons.
September 15, 2011 — Elizabeth Shack , Technical Communication and Strategy Neil Bickford calculated the first 458 million terms for the continued fraction of pi, breaking the previous record of 180 million. He used Mathematica to develop his code and verify his results—which he posted shortly after he turned 13. Neil Bickford meets Stephen Wolfram at Gathering 4 Gardner 9 . Bickford, who broke the record last fall, said creating the early version of the pi continued-fraction generator was “the best thing I’ve ever used Mathematica for.” On his blog Random (Blog), he wrote about the history of calculations of pi and described his computation .
CSS tools can save a lot of a time and frustration when working on a layout, as they can automatically generate some of the tedious code for you, and help you improve your productivity. With the advent of CSS3, there are also now some CSS3 tools and also some CSS3 generators that can create gradients for you, as well as provide WYSIWYG visuals. Most of us are visual learners, and even though hand coding is preferred for work, it helps to be able to see and learn what various CSS properties do. In this post, you’ll find 10 productivity enhancing CSS tools and generators, as well as some CSS3 tools as well. If you’re new to this field, you might like to see these web development resources : Enjoy!
June 21, 2011 I probably spend more time than I should thinking about the economy. When I do, I often think about what it is most residents of the West do for a living, which I like to call the “economic profile” of the West. (Others call this employment by sector .) I think about how that profile has changed in the last hundred or so years, and about how it might change in my lifetime. The first revolution of automation, the industrial revolution, had a significant impact on the West’s economic profile.
This post was extracted from a small talk I gave at Simplificator , where I work, titled “Why I love Smalltalk and Lisp”. There’s another post titled “ Why I love Smalltalk ” published before this one. Desert by Guilherme Jófili Lisp is an old language.
Perlis Languages this is another entry in a series on programmer enrichment A language that doesn’t affect the way you think about programming is not worth knowing. — Alan Perlis inspired by a LtU thread and the great post Programming Achievements: How to Level Up as a Developer by Jason Rudolph 1 . most code samples from Rosetta Code . The philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche believed that all interactions and interpretations of the external world occurred through the lens of individual perspective.
Dear Junior First time I tried out actors in Scala I though: "OK, there is a fair amount of magic going on here". I have later realised that there is actually no magic at all involved, but I would like to share with you my misconception and how it cleared out. I am talking about syntax like vlad !
I’ve been studying the collaboration processes of the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) for a while , by observing and practicing the successful collaboration model that we use in ASF projects. Taking the opposite angle, I’ve been reflecting lately on how to fix a broken collaboration model. How do you help teams move from an “I have no idea what my colleagues are doing, and I get way too much email” model to the efficient self-service information flow that we see in ASF and other open source projects? As I see it, the success of the Apache collaboration model is based on six guiding principles: If it didn’t happen on the dev list, it didn’t happen. Code speaks louder than words.
salat - core : master: 0 . 0 . 8 -SNAPSHOT> test:console [ info ] Starting scala interpreter ... [ info ] Welcome to Scala version 2.8 . 1.f inal ( Java HotSpot ( TM ) 64 - Bit Server VM , Java 1.6 . 0 _26 ). Type in expressions to have them evaluated . Type : help for more information.
There has been this idea running around the back of my head for a while, and it's only now that it is starting to crystalize into something that I can express. When we look at Open Source projects, we see that there is a hierarchy of involvement. There are different levels at which you can be involved, and at each higher level, there will be less and less individuals.
A similar, but up-to-date article on CSS layouts is available here After years of promise, CSS3 has finally arrived in style (if you'll pardon the pun). It's added a whole new array of tools to our front-end toolbox, giving us rounded corners, gradients, opacity, transformations, transitions, animations and much more. But now that we have the fun stuff, the eye candy, what's next? The next problem for CSS3 to address will be layouts.