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Book for free - Advanced Programming Language Design: "Written for the student or professional interested in programming language design, this new book examines a wide range of programming language paradigms and issues. Author Raphael Finkel [...] intersperses the discussion of these models with in-depth coverage of the key languages to reinforce them. Finkel begins his presentation with control structures and types, and then introduces the reader to seven programming paradigms: imperative, functional, object-oriented, dataflow, concurrent, logic, and aggregate-based. He concludes [...] with a discussion of formal syntax and semantics."

Paul Graham's newest: Taste for Makers - "I was talking recently to a friend who teaches at MIT. His field is hot now and every year he is inundated by applications from would-be graduate students. 'A lot of them seem smart,' he said. 'What I can't tell is whether they have any kind of taste.'" print'n'read

Miguel de Icaza erlaeutert auf diversen lists das verhaeltnis zwischen Mono und [create GNOME]. "The long reply" ist ein wirklich langes und technisch wenig konkretes mail. interessanterweise scheinen techniker bei nebuloesem immer gleich auf unkenntnis zu schliessen und "beissen" zu. ueber diese vermutung stolpert hier ein prominenter: [create Alan Cox] naemlich, sehr kurz, sehr bissig. de Icaza retourniert hart aber souveraen. lesenswert ;)

Ein andrer der sicher auch viel davon versteht ist Bertrand Meyer. Und der hat seine Meinung ja schon vermehrt oeffentlich bekannt gemacht (The significance of .NET, Openness Matters, Eiffel on the Web).
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