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  • Leadwerks: GDB Is Annoying; Editor Using GTK

    Leadwerks, one of the recent commercial game engines that's being ported to Linux following a successful Kickstarter campaign, has shared more of their Linux game engine progress from a developer's perspective.

  • Leaf: A New "Soon To Be Great" Programming Language
  • GNU Awk 4.1: Teaching an Old Bird Some New Tricks, Part II
  • Intro to Clojure on the Web

    Lisp is one of those languages that people either love or hate. Count me among the Lisp lovers. I was brainwashed during my undergraduate studies at MIT to believe that Lisp is the only "real" programming language out there, and that anything else is a pale imitation. True, I use Python and Ruby in my day-to-day work, but I often wish I had the chance to work with Lisp on a regular basis.

  • C++ Gtkmm Tutorial 4
  • 25-30 November is Europe Code Week!

    Want to get involved in a cool new initiative to promote it across Europe?

    My Young Advisors are a talented group of people advising and supporting me in my work. And they've been hard at work themselves. They've come up with a great idea: Europe Code Week - a week of initiatives at the end of November (25th-30th) with a focus on coding – workshops, teaching, or just raising awareness.

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