Hazel

Further to the previous post. The talk on Hazel is fascinating. I’ve been thinking for a while about the importance of being able to program “in your own order” ie. fill the blanks of your decision making about your program as and when you have that information available to you / or as you feel […]

The End of Dynamic Languages

A comment I made over on The End of Dynamic Languages The problem with the static / dynamic debate is that the problems / costs appear in different places. In static languages, the compiler is a gatekeeper. Code that gets past the gatekeeper is almost certainly less buggy than code that doesn’t get past the […]