BosZurOberon 2015 is now accepting talk proposals. The Boston event will take place on a Saturday in April. 

BosZurOberon 2015 is now accepting talk proposals. The Boston event will take place on a Saturday in April. 

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Presenting 4th.CoSy @ SV-FIG Forth Day Hangout @ Stanford Sat.21 . See http://CoSy.com and download a copy ,
( hope this is not redundant .  Google+ needs cleaning up . )

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Come FORTH TO The New England Forth Interest Group (NEFIG) Inaugural Meetup! You will be WARMly welcomed with free FIG Newtons, pizza and good conversation! http://meetu.ps/2Q7pGq

I have briefly looked at HP's RPL and am wondering if anyone has had experience with the language and can summarize its strengths and weaknesses.

Thanks.

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Glad I found this community.

I am attempting to write a concatenate language that combines Forth, PostScript, and Turtle Graphics.

I have barely started the work -- so a lot of stuff hasn't been implemented yet.

I would really appreciate any feedback, comments, suggestion, criticisms, etc.

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Yossi Kreinin shares his experiences with Forth, and why he ultimately decided stack machines aren't for him. It's a good read. 

http://www.yosefk.com/blog/my-history-with-forth-stack-machines.html

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Interesting from a theoretical perspective. Its prefix, which is easier to read than postfix, but most notable avoids stack underflow. Very minimalistic and every possible string constitutes a valid program, for real programming a bane (redundancy can be used to check for errors), but nice for runtime, because the only error could be out of memory.

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All the recent media attention on Bitcoin inspired me to learn how Bitcoin really works, right down to the bytes flowing through the network.
In this article, I show how to create a Bitcoin transaction in hex and feed it into the peer-to-peer network.
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