Items tagged java in Aug
There is plenty of evidence in the ecosystem to support the hypothesis that, if given the tools to do so easily, object-oriented programmers are ready to embrace functional techniques (such as immutability) and work them into an object-oriented view of the world, and will write better, less error-prone code as a result. Simply put, we believe the best thing we can do for Java developers is to give them a gentle push towards a more functional style of programming.
Keyczar (via) New open source cryptography toolkit from Google, designed to get algorithm selection, key rotation and versioning right so you don’t have to. Java and Python versions are available; the Python version depends on PyCrypto. # 13th August 2008, 1:20 pm
At one point I thought I hated programming because I was just so sick it... It turns out I don’t hate programming, I just hate programming in Java.
Erlang fits all the characteristics of an OO system, even though sequential Erlang is a functional language, not an OO language