Monthly Archives: November 2010

The art of UNIX programming

For those of you who have not read it, you should seriously check out Eric Raymonds “The art of UNIX programming“. The book itself is about UNIX culture but more importantly, it’s about how you design a system, how you … Continue reading

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Apple igen (II)

I en tidigare post nämnde jag hur nöjd jag var med min MacBook Pro, att jag nog inte skulle skaffa en iPad men däremot kanske en iPhone. Så blev fallet. Jag har haft min iPhone 4 sedan September och den … Continue reading

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A wave of reason

We have all been waiting far too long. John Boswell now delivers his seventh video in the series “Symphony of Science” – Enjoy! If you have not seen the previous ones, check out http://www.symphonyofscience.com/

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Favorite lectures

There are numerous great lectures about programming and software development in general freely available on the net. This is a short list with some of my favorities Software craftsmanship / Agile / Unit testing (Uncle Bob) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJxXUQIeB6E http://www.viddler.com/explore/oredev/videos/36/ http://www.viddler.com/explore/sergiopereira/videos/7/ Unit … Continue reading

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Lua coroutines and C++

Tonight I played around with coroutines in Lua. After some Googling I figured out how to create and communicate with a Lua-thread from C++. It turned out to be really simple. The lua program “loop.lua” The C++ program

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