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Erwin Poeze
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Attended Delft University of Technology
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Is Microsoft becoming a front-runner in asm.js?
Earlier today, we flipped asm.js to “In Development” at status.modern.ie. Support for asm.js has been one of the top 10 most-requested items at the IE Suggestion Box on UserVoice since we launched it in December. Delivering an interoperable & spec compliant JavaScript engine with the ...
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New Cabal adds support for GHCJS. This might give GHCJS a boost. Being able to use it starts with being able to install it, which wasn't a breeze.
Please report bugs at https://github.com/haskell/cabal/issues. Pre-built binaries should be available with a week or so. Non-exhaustive list of changes: * Support GHC 7.10. * Experimental DWARF debug info output on GHC 7.10 (--enable-debug-info). * Preliminary support for relocatable packages.
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Functional Reactive Programming uses functional utilities like map and filter to create and process data flows which propagate changes through the system....
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Nice visual interface for creating your own theme in emacs.
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On my reading list for optimizing recursive algorithms
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Haskell a nodejs alternative?
Earlier this year, I announced the first version of servant . The goal was to speed up webservice development by getting rid of as much boilerplate as possible. It definitely was an improvement but not quite enough. Assisted this time with Sönke Hahn (of Nikki and the Robots fame) and Julian ...
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Just registered for the Netherlands Functional Programming Day
Nederlandse Functioneel Programmeren Dag 2015. The Netherlands Functional Programming Day is an annual gathering of researchers, students and practitioners sharing a common interest in functional programming. The day features talks that cover the latest advances in research and teaching in the ...
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Emacs' misterious tabs explained. An old post, but very relevant
home > emacs_tabs.htm. Understanding GNU Emacs and Tabs. By Eric Pement (pemente@northpark.edu) Last updated: November 13, 2006. I love Emacs, but getting my head around how it handled TABs and how to make it do what I wanted it to do, was a major source of frustration.
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This is what I've been doing manually... I'm starting to like emacs more and more.
golden-ratio.el - Automatic resizing of Emacs windows to the golden ratio
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Fascinating and scary at the same time.
Google is understanding more about language. Google is getting better at understanding everything. Hummingbird was just the start of what Google hopes to a
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Today it struck me: I'm still happy with this calculator after 30+ years. Eat your heart out, modern gadgets.
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Motions depicted beautifully
Kayaking Canoeing Kayaking Kayaking Kayaking Canoeing Kayaking Kayaking Swimming Ontario-based photographer Stephen Orlando is fascinated with human movement and uses programmable LED light sticks attached to kayak paddles, people, racquets, and other objects to translate
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