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PUBLIC MARKS from macroron with tags blogs & programming-languages

December 2005

November 2005

Related Weblogs | Lambda the Ultimate

Many in the weblog community are interested in programming and programming languages. Following are some PL related personal weblogs you may enjoy reading. The LtU community is part of the larger blogging community full of of insightful people. Fun!

Web 2.0 Central: Web2.0, Ajax, Beta, Alpha, Startup, Companies

by 12 others
Web 2.0 Central profiles companies and startups building web based applications using technologies like Ajax, Ruby on Rails, Flash, RSS, Open API's and assorted web based application development tools.

Loud Thinking Blog ~David Heinemeier Hansson

by 9 others
Best Hacker of the Year - a partner in 37signals, I helped transform the venerable design shop into a product company. Basecamp, Backpack, and Ta-da List are all applications launched since the shift came into effect in February 2004. I did the programmi

Dan Bricklin Blog

thoughts on making web sites, the computer industry, digital photography, PC history, conferences I attend, and people I know or run into.

GTDTiddlyWiki Blog - your simple client side wiki

by 28 others
is a GettingThingsDone adaptation by NathanBowers of JeremyRuston's Open Source TiddlyWiki. The purpose of GTD Tiddly Wiki is to give users a single repository for their GTD lists and support materials so they can create/edit lists, and then print directl

TiddlyWiki Home - a reusable non-linear personal web notebook

by 86 others
an experimental MicroContent WikiWikiWeb built by JeremyRuston. It's written in HTML, CSS and JavaScript to run on any modern browser without needing any ServerSide logic. It allows anyone to create personal SelfContained hypertext documents that can be p

October 2005

Planet Perl Six Blogs

Planet Perl Six is an aggregator of select Perl 6 related blogs. The list of contributors changes periodically.

September 2005

wheat

a language and environment for creating dynamic web sites like blogs and portals: every object has a urI, the virtual machine is a web server, and the development environment is a wiki!

August 2005