Ted Neward disagrees with
Chris Sells about when to use the GAC (Chris says ”Never”,
Ted says ”Occasionally, for shared components”). I thought Chris’ post was spot-on,
but Ted raises some interesting points. I’m so confused!
to a paper on IronPython,
a high-performance Python interpreter that runs on the CLR. Interesting stuff, particularly
the pystone benchmarks that shows IronPython to outperform plain old CPython.
Tim Bray, now at Sun, takes
a closer look at the XML formats used by OpenOffice and comes away impressed.
If one of the inventors are impressed by your XML format design, I think it’s safe
to say you’ve done a good job.
Charles Miller shows
us how software development will be done in the future, when todays gamer kids and
their twitchy fingers have grown up.