Why Functional Programming Matters

This is a paper by John Hughes.

The paper argues that functional programming provides two important features that incredibly useful:

  • High-order functions
  • Lazy execution

I agree all the way, and having experienced and heavily influenced myself with the way functional programming strucutred and modulirazed codes, I do agree that people need to look into functional programming and realize how it can be very helpful to them.

Why Functional Programming Matters

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Tabelog for WP7 Manual

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Thank you for using my Tabelog Client app for Windows Phone 7. I hope you’re enjoying it!

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Missing some boost regex library

I had several problems building boost regex back at the office. So, I thought I wouldn’t have the same problem back at home. I donwload, extract and do a bjam build, exactly as what prescribed. It turns out that I had exactly the same problem I had at the office. I kept on missing some of the library (something ..mt..sgd) on first build (and subsequent, if you only use b2.exe). A search on the internet result on a method that may give more complete result:

bjam --toolset=msvc --build-type=complete --with-regex stage

That solved the problem. At home, and at the office. 🙂

Security by obscurity

about 5 years ago, i was talking with my older brother and recall this phrase. by chance i found it again and putting it here so that i wont forget.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Security_through_obscurity

Scott Hanselman’ss Ultimate Developer Tools List 2009

IE8 Safest Browser !?

http://hothardware.com/News/IE-8-Found-To-Be-Safest-Web-Browser-In-Studies-Funded-by-Microsoft/

I wonder what kind of reaction will come from other browser vendors? Biased because sponsored by Microsoft? Too cheesy,…