Topic: lisp

LogiGear acquires True North Service, AI driving business growth, and Lux currently in beta—SD Times news digest: Jan. 17, 2017

LogiGear completed its acquisition of True North Service (TNS), a provider of contract staffing and software testing services to technology companies. TNS will allow LogiGear to expand its customer base, adding new companies like Amazon, Cisco, DocuSign and T-Mobile. LogiGear will also be able to expand its presence in the Pacific Northwest, and continue to … continue reading

From the Editors: A look back at a look into the future

Oct. 21, 1985. That was the year young Marty McFly hopped into a DeLorean equipped for time travel to save his future family on the same date 30 years later. That date—Oct. 21, 2015—was a couple of weeks ago. McFly encountered such things videogames played without controllers, drones and biometric identification (all of which we … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Predictions that didn’t work out

Steve Yegge recently posted a piece where he took to task his own predictions from 2004. I thought it would be fun to take a gander at some of the predictions pundits have made about programming over the years, and see just how wrong or right they were. If you’ve spent any time at all … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Sept. 29 2014—Nixie, Universal SSL, Clasp, and Akamai Cloudlets

Nixie: The wearable drone Imagine being able to take a picture while rock climbing, bike riding, hiking, snowboarding and more without having to miss a step. That’s what Nixie aims to do. Nixie is a tiny wearable drone that lives on a user’s wrist and, when launched, can fly around to take photos and videos … continue reading

SD Times news digest: August 13, 2014—An experimental C-to-JavaScript programming language, Mono 3.6, and Intel XDK 1.1

Experimental Lisp language written in C transpiles into JavaScript Awl—an experimental mini-language written in C to explore interpreter design—can transpile its code into JavaScript. Created by programmer Zaven Muradyan, Awl is based on the Lisp family of programming languages. It also uses the Emscripten LLVM-to-JavaScript compiler with C features such as the most recent Clang … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: Put away the forklift, I’ve got FORTRAN on my mind

Programming languages today are a good mix of updated legacy languages and new tools based on modern concepts … continue reading

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