Recent acquisitions in the PC industry suggest that major players are aiming to bring high end Hollywood special effects into the mainstream. What does this mean for the future of computing?
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In a schoolyard playground somewhere in Silicon Valley … two programmers meet on the swing-set. P1: My programming language is easy to use and delivers high performance with only minimal programmer effort. P2: Well my language is better and is … Read more
I recently had the opportunity to talk with Rob Ennals, the lead researcher on the Mash Maker product, to get an update on how things were going with the evaluation program. Bottom line for Rob and the team was that … Read more
The single most important paper for programming language designers to read came out in 2000. It wasn’t written by a computer scientist, mathematician, or physical scientist. It was written by a couple professors studying social psychology: