4/23/2014 Article Links

Joke:

A woman was suffering from a pain in her abdomen. Along with a battery of other tests, the doctor ordered an X-ray. She went into the doctor’s office to review her case. When she entered, the doctor was talking on the phone and the lady noticed the X-rays laying on the desk. The woman smiled as a kitten walked around the edges of the X-ray, staring down at the picture. The lady thought it was cute, although a bit odd that the doctor would have a kitten in the office. Anyway, she talked to the doctor and decided on a course of action, and the lady went home. Two days later, she received the bill in the mail. For some reason, the X-ray cost $5000! She immediately called the doctor’s office to find out what was going on. They informed her that the cost was extra for the cat scan.

 

Web and mobile stuff:

TypeScript 1.0 Released and Open for Contributions

Coding error protects some Android apps from Heartbleed (Hmmm, like two sound waves cancelling each other out)

Go 1.3’s first beta promises a sleeker, faster language (Go ahead, have a go!)

 

F# stuff:

What is FSCL? (F Sharp to OpenCL)

CUDA Lab (CUDA, WUDA, SHUDA)

Alea.cuBase 1.2.680 Released (I CUDA had a V8!)

How to design a language integrated compiler with LLVM (Show it a little LLOVE)

GPU Applications for Modern Large Scale Asset Management (One manager says to another, “I see you’ve finally made an asset of yourself.”)

 

Other stuff:

In programming, a little guidance goes a long way (Ironically, lack of guidance can take you even farther, because you’ll be instantly lost)

When the solution is the problem (1 = 1)

Verizon: Web apps are the security punching bag of the Internet (Big surprise)

Do more with less: Lambda expressions in Java 8 (Speak up about this topic. The silence of the lambdas must end!)

GNU Compiler Collection gains major new functionality (Good Gnus)

Be careful what you wish for: The dream job that wasn’t (I missed it by *that* much!)

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