Monthly Archives: November 2008

There’s only one way I can react to that

Reactive functional programming is fascinating, and recently two sets of related blog postings have passed through my RSS feed. TomasP who is writing a book ont he subject of functional programming (with examples in C# and F#) has been posting … Continue reading

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Software East

I recently attended the first meeting of Mark Dalgarno’s Software East The meeting consisted of two talks. "Moving from Coding to Model-Driven Development" by Steven Kelly was an overview of the advantages of domain specific modelling when compared with standard software … Continue reading

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Style only gets you so far

After recently doing some CSS work as part of my day job my day job, I’ve got interested again in presentation.   The combination of HTML and CSS with Ajax techniques seems to offer a truely cross platform  way to … Continue reading

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Ponder it? It almost blew my mind

It’s great to see that Ponder This has reached its 127th month. I love these monthly challenges which I first discovered in November 2002. After many years, it got me interested again in doing Maths puzzles, particularly those related to combinatorics. … Continue reading

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It’s dark out there

I hate it when blogs go dark.   My excuse is that I’ve been working hard on a product ever since I started at Red Gate at the end of January. At last the beta is out.Rob, the tech lead, … Continue reading

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