Category Archives: Programming languages

On Constants

I think constants are evil (just joking but….I will explain why). I am tired of seeing a lot of Java classes filled with the same constants repeated over and over again, instead of collecting them in a common file, which … Continue reading
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Rust Programming Language

I have done a quick peek of the Rust Programming language: it is very popular on Internet, it rivals with Go on the popularity score. Anyway, I find it too much “Haskell-like”, with heavy rules and concept.  
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GraalVM

  GraalVM is a universal virtual machine for running applications written in JavaScript, Python, Ruby, R, JVM-based languages like Java, Scala, Kotli n, Clojure, and LLVM-based languages such as C and C++.GraalVM removes the isolation between programming languages and enables … Continue reading
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Ring – Cache interface as a programming language integration 

Ring – Cache interface as a programming language integrationRing provides function-oriented cache interface for various backends. Repository: https://github.com/youknowone/ring/     Source: Ring – Cache interface as a programming language integration — Ring 0.7.2 documentation
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WebAssembly

WebAssembly (often shortened to Wasm) is a standard that defines a binary format and a corresponding assembly-like text format for executables used by web pages. [….] WebAssembly code is intended to be run on a portable abstract structured stack machine,[27] which is designed to be faster to parse … Continue reading
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Comments are evil?

In the 1980 comments were used to reduce the “gap” between unstructured code and “rationale” behind the code. C/64 Peek and poke where oscure. Gosub on function pointed by numbers was bad 8-bit systems was tight on command names and … Continue reading
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SQL: One of the most valuable skills – Craig Kerstiens

I admit it. I suffered from an “algebra narcoleptic syndrome” during my relational database lessons at University (1996 circa). Ok it is a fake. But it seems so real on these days. I was unable to avoid sleeping. I learned … Continue reading
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