OOP the Easy WayObject-Oriented Programming the Easy Way: a manifesto for reclaiming OOP from three decades of confusion and needless complexity.
Monthly Archives: August 2006
Sorry, but I was finally pushed into turning magic word input on for comments on this blog. Anyone may still comment, but you need to decode a picture in order to do so.
OK, so I said there was a good reason to set up Þæs Ofereode apart from the bandwidth at SDF not being up to the task, and it’s time to come clean. Yesterday I handed in my notice to my … Continue reading
For reasons which will be made clear in an upcoming post (probably next week, I’m off to the ‘sunny’ Vaterland soon) I’m in the process of consolidating all of my website activities (except for bloggage) onto Þæs Ofereode. This also … Continue reading
Hell, or “vi vi vi: the editor of the beast” as Matt succinctly put it. Anyway, I just wrote a Makefile with multiple dependent targets, and it worked first time. That just shouldn’t happen – especially when you only ever … Continue reading
Can anyone explain what this cpu_type represents? And yes, reasons I’m delving around in libstuff to follow within a few days…
Here I am, trying to look as important as the bunch of people around me. Right bunch of luminaries they are too, but I won’t spoil the surprise of trying to guess who everyone is. If you know, comment ahead. … Continue reading
You’re not going to see many discussions of talks from the conference, and this is no exception. Beyond the keynote, the only talk I can discuss is one I went to today, which was a public talk by Amit Singh … Continue reading
It seems to be de rigeur to provide a rundown of the top 10 Leopard features from yesterday’s Stevenote, and as I can neither sleep nor be bothered to read sample code, it’s a bandwagon I’m happy to jump on, … Continue reading