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    Joe Duffy on the Future of Concurrency and Parallelism

    by Jonathan Allen Follow 529 Followers on  May 31, 2011 1

    Joe Duffy, author of Concurrent Programming on Windows, talks about the future of concurrency and parallelism. This interview covers his thoughts on the language designs, libraries, and patterns that are becoming increasing important in modern programming.

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    Book on Leveraging Domain-Specific Languages by Martin Fowler with Rebecca Parsons

    by Michael Stal Follow 0 Followers on  Mar 06, 2011 4

    In their new book Martin Fowler and Rebecca J. Parsons address the topic of Domain-Specific Languages. “Domain-Specific Languages” does not only address the concepts behind DSLs, but also tries to explain the subject in a pragmatic manner using examples in Java, C# and other languages.The book contains different patterns that reveal best practices in designing DSLs.

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    No Callbacks Required: StratifiedJS Returns Sequential Programming to Javascript

    by Werner Schuster Follow 6 Followers on  Dec 19, 2010 5

    StratifiedJS is a superset of Javascript that adds concurrency constructs and makes callback hell a thing of the past. How? InfoQ talked to Alexander Fritze, of Onilabs, to find out.


A Blend of Java and Ruby - The Mirah Language

Posted by Werner Schuster Follow 6 Followers on  Jul 27, 2010

Mirah is a new language for the JVM that can do everything the Java language can do - but with a Ruby-ish syntax and powerful metaprogramming. InfoQ talks to Mirah's creator Charles Nutter. 12


Java FX Technology Preview

Posted by Charles Humble Follow 796 Followers on  Nov 10, 2008

InfoQ takes a look at the JavaFX preview build and talks to Sun Staff Engineer Joshua Marinacci about the upcoming version 1 release expected this autumn. 10


Ruby's Roots: Smalltalk Comeback and Randal Schwartz on Smalltalk

Posted by Werner Schuster Follow 6 Followers on  Oct 27, 2008

Smalltalk, a language that has had a big influence on Ruby, is making a comeback. We take a look at the current situation and talk to Randal L. Schwartz about Smalltalk. 5


Ruby's Open Classes - Or: How Not To Patch Like A Monkey

Posted by Werner Schuster Follow 6 Followers on  Jul 11, 2008

Ruby's Open Classes are powerful - but can easily be misused. This article looks at how to minimize the risk of opening classes, alternatives, and how other languages provide similar capabilities. 5

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