Monthly Archives: May 2013

MLWorks–yes it does!

In 1989 I started my first full time programming job at a software company called Harlequin, based near Cambridge, UK. I’d had summer jobs and an industrial year before this, working for ICL in Manchester and had heard some really … Continue reading

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Windbg and the case of the unfreed garbage

Virtual machine technology has brought many benefits. The runtime can be much more featured than a standard runtime library of a language such as C, offering memory management, exceptions and thread management at a level that is easy to program, … Continue reading

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Bits ‘n’ pieces

Last weekend was taken up travelling to run a half marathon on the South Downs, so I’ve dropped behind in my reading, though I’ve also been working through a book on computational complexity and re-reading Windows Internals and both are … Continue reading

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