Tim Sweeney of Epic Games: A Critical Look at Programming Lauguages “… our language not only defines how we communicate with each other, it also defines how we think, what concepts we are able to ponder, and how we internalize the workings of the world in our minds.”
Review: Object-Oriented Perl It is on my “to buy” list, although I accept gifts 🙂
Ten Things I Hate About the Web Business My most hated is adding “e” in front of any word.
Why Questions go Unanswered In reference to the Perl newsgroups but it applies to many of the unanswered questions floating around the internet.
Slashcode:Slashcode open source project The place to go for one’s slash code informatin.
Slash v0.9 Released Good job slashdot guys. Now Freshmeat needs to follow suit.
Stormix: Storm Linux I finally installed. I love it! Still doing some configuration, setting everything up for the dial-up. Stromix is based on Debian the choice of the geekest of Linuxites.
Iambe, Intimate and Interactive Why? Well I felt like it, and she was gracious enough to be interviewed for an upcomming article. Thanks.
Studly Work: Talking Transmeta with Linus Torvalds “The reason I work for Transmeta is that I think the approach is so studly from a technical view” Linus Torvalds
In Defense of Coding Standards – How to Create Coding Standards that Work “As Larry himself said in one of his State of the Onion talks, three virtues of coding are Diligence, Patience and Humility. Diligence (the opposite of Laziness, if you’re paying attention) is necessary when you’re working with other programmers.”