InfoQ: InfoQ Editors' Recommended Reading List
to be tested
tuto java tutorials..
injectInfoQ: Persistent Data Structures and Managed References
Persistent Data Structures and Managed References
good overview of concurrent data structures, refs and STM in Clojure
Rich Hickey is my new favourite presenter. The bloke is awesome (well except for the mullet you can see in this video)! In this video he discusses time as it relates to variable state, briefly applying it to clojure. What makes it great is his practical focus and his use of a really simple example to get across the point.InfoQ: Joe Armstrong and Simon Peyton Jones discuss Erlang and Haskell
Joe Armstrong and Simon Peyton Jones discuss Erlang and Haskell
Interesting video where Joe Armstrong and Simon Peyton Jones engage in some friendly banter about functional programming and Erlang vs Haskell.InfoQ: Are You a Software Architect?
"The line between software development and software architecture is a tricky one. Some people will tell you that it doesn't exist and that architecture is simply an extension of the design process undertaken by developers. Others will make out it's a massive gaping chasm that can only be crossed by lofty developers who believe you must always abstract your abstractions and not get bogged down by those pesky implementation details. As always, there's a pragmatic balance somewhere in the middle, but it does raise the interesting question of how you move from one to the other." -- Simon BrownInfoQ: Presentation: 10 Ways to Improve Your Code
Neben dem Film mein Favorit: Top 10 Code-Gerüche in Unternehmen
An infoq presentation on 10 Ways to Improve Your Code...InfoQ: Joe Armstrong About Erlang
In this interview filmed during QCon London 2008, Joe Armstrong, designer of Erlang, speaks on various aspects of the Erlang language, presenting its roots, how it compares with other languages and why it has become popular these days due to its native ability to scale on multi core systems.
Joe Armstrong About Erlang
Joe ArmstrongInfoQ: Recommended Agile Books
This post is a compilation of recommended Agile books by various Agilists. The recommendations try to cover the entire spectrum of process, people and technology related to Agile. The idea is to make the process of Agile adoption easier and fruitful.