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BOOM -- Berkeley Orders of Magnitude -- Declarative Languages And Systems

by ghis (via)
Many say that "The Cloud" will be the next game-changing computing platform. The race is on to define and capture it. Historically, new platforms take off when independent developers start to make innovative use of their unique features. In the case of Cloud Computing, that means exploiting distributed systems in a datacenter. Up to now there's been no widely-used programming model that lets developers easily coordinate the distributed power of a datacenter. Enter BOOM, an effort to explore implementing Cloud software using disorderly, data-centric languages. BOOM stands for the Berkeley Orders Of Magnitude project, because we seek to enable people to build systems that are OOM bigger than are building today, with OOM less effort than traditional programming methodologies.




good coders code, great reuse

by pkrumins
Peteris Krumins' blog about programming, hacking, software reuse, software ideas, computer security, google and technology.

Linux Embedded Software Development Blog

by onanong
Blog about embedded software development under Linux and Android. Articles about embedded processors, their software development kit and development boards, news about gadgets using embedded platforms mainly smartphones, tablets, media players, stb, digital signage, smart grid solutions...


The Secret of Success: Suck Less

by wabaus
Good article about continuous improvement in software


Project Kenai — We're More Than Just a Forge

by claire_
Welcome to Project Kenai, Sun Microsystem's onramp for the developer cloud experience of tomorrow, where you can host your open source projects and code, as well as find and collaborate with developers of like mind.

Trails of EasyExtend » Blog Archive » Guido is my problem - Projects and projections

by greut

Our software is as brittle as 15-20 years ago. Reusable objects and framework superstructures have failed. UML has failed. Even design pattern have failed as they turned out to be more idiomatic than universal. What’s left are lightweight programming languages which let us glue things together. Some are user friendly and don’t suck badly. That’s still the best we have.

Lua, are you there?


by jeanruaud & 1 other
[python software for graphs]


Context Free Art

by ycc2106
CFDG is a simple language for generating stunning images. With only a few lines you can describe abstract art, beautiful organic scenery, and many kinds of fractals. It's highly addictive!

YoYo Games | Home

by jdrsantos
Where the world comes to Play, Make

InfoQ: Erlang - software for a concurrent world

by Xavier Lacot
In this talk, Joe introduces Erlang, the ideas of Concurrent Oriented Programming and commercial applications written in Erlang.

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