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Programming Languages

Programming Languages gtani7 has used:

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Ruby
Scala
Erlang
Clojure
Haskell
F#
2007–
I remember Matz and Dave Thomas talking at 1st OSCON in portland, then promptly forgot about it. Today certain rails plugins are critical: acts as solr/ferret/xapian, thinking sphinx, sunspot, but when i get an i7 box i'm gonna feel kinda silly
2009–
Did some spidering but the http client wasn't the greatest. Always amazed at SMP BEAM being able to spin up 100's of K's of processes.
2009–
A data structures and algo playground.
2009–
searching for my own (simplified) subset/ dialect, like in the Pragmatic book, and waiting to see how Actors libs shake out. Need to update self on 2.8 collections,Intellij plugin
2009–
2nd try, after looking at erlang, F#, ocaml, and, hey, it makes sense!
2010–
Love the language, several excellent books but will wait a bit before shell out for VS 2010
Yeah, I still like the language (cept for pre-Moose OO) and the stuff in CPAN,
Did giant APL2 workspaces for securitized mortgages. Workspace exceeded 30 or 40 KLOC. The IBM consultants couldn't believe how big they were
I cracked open Oreilly "Programming Python" and went damn, this is so much clearer than that other "scripting" language