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by Michele Simionato, August 21, 2009,  2 comments
This summer I have been quite silent on Artima. Here is an update of what I have done and what I plan to do in the future.
by Bruce Eckel, August 21, 2009,  8 comments
The kind of thing I've been talking about: time-share restaurants, edupunk and microlending.
by Bruce Eckel, August 17, 2009,  Submit comment
The Linux Outlaws podcasters interviewed me when I gave a keynote at EuroPython.
by Bruce Eckel, August 14, 2009,  8 comments
In hindsight, it seems strange it has taken us so long to figure this out in the computing field. Applications elsewhere might be even more important.
by Bruce Eckel, August 11, 2009,  2 comments
Remember when you were a kid, hanging upside down over the couch? Everything you looked at was different.
by Matthew Wilson, August 8, 2009,  2 comments
SourceForge.NET's new File Release manager takes computing productivity back to the days of the punched card reader, and it does it with Web 2.0!
by Bruce Eckel, August 7, 2009,  10 comments
Lately I've seen a rash of startups and small companies that have made bad technology decisions. I can only assume these decisions were made at the wrong level, by people who don't understand the technology or the implications of their decisions.
by Michele Simionato, August 5, 2009,  1 comment
What does it mean that two identifiers are equal in a lexically scoped language with hygienic macros? This last episode of part V tries to answer the question, by discussing three different concepts of identifier equality.
by Bruce Eckel, July 29, 2009,  2 comments
Things that stood out for me from the rest of the book.
by Aahz, July 29, 2009,  5 comments
The Python community is both incredibly diverse (Python 3.1's release manager was not yet eighteen years old) and incredibly lacking in diversity (none of the regular committers is a woman). I'm now working on creating more diversity in the Python community, and I welcome anyone who wants to help.
by Aahz, July 25, 2009,  36 comments
Many men in Open Source refuse to confront the fact that they need to do something about the lack of women in Open Source -- partly because they don't believe that there are so few women.
by Bruce Eckel, July 22, 2009,  12 comments
"In Search of Excellence" and "Good to Great" have had the greatest popularity and impact, but virtually no one actually does what they say, because "what's measured gets done."
by Bruce Eckel, July 15, 2009,  10 comments
The "interesting economic times" and breaking my leg in February have combined to put me into a reflective frame of mind about careers.
by Bruce Eckel, July 14, 2009,  Submit comment
Many of the talks from EuroPython were recorded as either audio or video; My keynote was captured as video.
by Bruce Eckel, July 12, 2009,  13 comments
The impact of the Google Chrome OS, told through (probably excessive) metaphor.
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