Monthly Archives: February 2012

The more the merrier!

A year or two so ago I spent a lot of time looking at Clojure. It was exciting to see a modern version of Lisp making its way onto the Java platform – though this is a Lisp which places … Continue reading

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Is there an MD in the house?

We’re still waiting for the beta of Windows 8, and I’m keen to get to grips with a more final version of WinRT. In the meantime, I’ve been doing a lot of reading of various posts that are based on … Continue reading

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It’s all Greek to me

Famous Problems of Geometry and How To Solve Them by Benjamin Bold When I studied for my mathematics degree, we were in the period analytic geometry and so we didn’t do a lot of study of the constructions using compass … Continue reading

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Keep on searching to get your reward

I work on Reflector but whenever I go through the code I always some other useful feature that I’ve not used before. On Thursday I was playing around with the Analyze functionality, available on the right context menu in the … Continue reading

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To the future, today!

HTML5and CSS: Develop with Tomorrow’s Standards Today by Brian P Hogan This book covers the new HTML and CSS features being introduced for HTML5, but it does a lot more than that. For each feature, the author describes the feature … Continue reading

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Watch out for the ceiling!

The consumer preview of Windows 8 is due for the end of the month, and since my wife recently bought me a new laptop for my birthday, which is powerful enough to run a VM, I thought it was time … Continue reading

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