Daily links for 10/31/2010

Thorn “Thorn is a dynamically-typed concurrent language in which lightweight isolated processes communicate by message passing. Thorn includes powerful aggregate data types, a class-based object system, first-class functions, an expressive module system, and a variety of features supporting the gradual evolution of prototype scripts into robust programs. For an introduction…

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Daily links for 10/25/2010

Scott Laningham : #developerWorks podcast “Rod Smith, Vice President of Emerging Technologies, IBM Software Group,  and Jason Gartner, IBM’s Director of Java Technologies talk about this week’s news on the IBM and Oracle agreement to cooperate on OpenJDK.” tags: developerworks podcast open jdk Multnomah County dumps Microsoft in favor of…

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Rotating header images for a WordPress theme

This entry is rather technical and is meant for those who deal with tinkering with WordPress-based websites. I recently switched from the Atahualpa theme for WordPress to the TwentyTen theme that started being shipped as the default with WordPress 3.0. Atahualpa is an admirable piece of work but because it…

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Daily links for 10/24/2010

W3C updates HTML5, makes math easy – Computerworld “The W3C has updated its MathML standard for rendering mathematical notation on Web pages to better portray basic math symbols, as well as render mathematic symbols in more languages.” tags: w3c html5 math How Qt could bring better third-party software to Ubuntu…

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