Monthly Archives: June 2013

Here’s your script

There’s a new version of TypeScript, version 0.9 – the specification can be found here. The timing is interesting, coming just after Google I/O where the Dart team suggested that JavaScript is getting to the point where it can’t be … Continue reading

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Stunned–I could hardly get going again

Stunning CSS3: Project-based Guide to the Latest in CSS by Zoe Mickley Gillenwater I keep hearing about CSS 3 and HTML5, which seem to be offering a load of features aimed at making web pages more and more interactive – … Continue reading

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Where I come from

Before Eric Lippert cancelled his blog series on tail calls in .NET, which started with this post on the 3rd June, the content of the post really brought home one very important point about call stacks – they show you … Continue reading

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No change here

The BCL immutable collections were released on Nuget some time ago, but I’ve only just got to play with them. There has recently been an accompanying Channel 9 interview discussing the implementation. So called persistent collections have been the main … Continue reading

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That’s too complex for me

P, NP and NP-Completeness: The basis of Computational Complexity by Oded Goldreich I wanted a book that would take me through computational complexity in a fairly detailed mathematical way while still giving more of an idea of the motivation behind … Continue reading

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Stop darting about

The usual mass of interesting of talks from Google I/O. The V8 guys have done an amazing job at improving the performance of JavaScript over the years – this talk discusses the ideas that they recycled in order to make … Continue reading

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