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A Weblog by Bruce Eckel
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Vladimir Ritz Bossicard
James O. Coplien
Cees de Groot
David Heinemeier Hansson
Jakob Eg Larsen
Robert C. Martin
John D. Mitchell
Eric S. Raymond
Guido van van Rossum
Richard Hale Shaw
July 16, 2014, 1 comment
Markdown has a lot of users and tools, but it was pointed out that it's limited and has been forked, while AsciiDoc has an extensible architecture.
July 15, 2014, Submit comment
Come create conversation, generate ideas, hack projects, hike, fish and mountain bike at the second annual Scala Summit! This year we hope to see the leaves change and you'll experience the glorious autumn weather at 9,000 feet in the Rocky Mountains.
July 15, 2014, Submit comment
A friend asked if I'd tried Ghost. I know of it, but it's confusing about what it can do.
June 26, 2014, 3 comments
I've continued my background task of finding a new home for programming articles. I'm not there yet, but I've made some progress.
June 10, 2014, Submit comment
This is also a trial post on Codrspace, to see how that works as a programming blog platform
June 4, 2014, Submit comment
On April 24, I spoke at the Craft conference in Budapest. On May 7, I spoke at the SF Scala user group. Here are links to the videos, along with my Reinventing Business presentation from last Summer's OSCON.
November 4, 2013, Submit comment
I've been doing a lot of media production in recent months and the efforts have borne fruit: I've created my first full-fledged eBook (after lots of research) and I've reworked the Hands-On Java eSeminar so it's now a download instead of mailing a CD.
July 1, 2013, Submit comment
This is the first iteration of an event we hope to evolve into something like The Java Posse Roundup, but with hiking and mountain biking instead of snow activities. We already have an impressive list of name-brand attendees.
April 27, 2013, 13 comments
After a lot of trepidation because of bad press, I've rapidly come to prefer Windows 8 over Windows 7. Because an equivalent-horsepower Mac is 3 times the cost of a Windows 8 machine, I'm moving back to Windows.
April 10, 2013, 2 comments
After two years of cogitation on Scala, the print version of the book is ready! (The Kindle version might take another month or two...).
August 21, 2012, Submit comment
For the last year and a half, Dianne Marsh and I have been working on an introductory Scala book.
June 20, 2012, Submit comment
The earlier workshop came about because of a last-minute opportunity, thus the short notice. Both follow the open style that I've been developing in recent years.
February 23, 2012, Submit comment
If you do any HTML/XML processing, you've probably heard of this powerful and useful package. Download the latest beta and run it on your code to help debug it and make sure it does what you need!
January 16, 2012, 15 comments
I'm not talking about the early adopters writing obscure code here -- that can probably be solved with a suitable style guide. I just debugged my way through an example that should have been trivial but I only figured out because:
December 31, 2011, 8 comments
In order for HTML5 to become the true user interface technology of the future, servers must be able to transparently push data to clients. People have been trying to do this for a long time, and WebSockets look like they will solve the problem once and for all.