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Two great articles on implementing classic languages: FORTH and Lisp I am currently reading through two very interesting articles on implementing classic programming languages in assembler: Implementing a FORTH interpreter in i386 assembler Implementing Lisp in assembler for the Raspberry Pi Both these are not really articles - they are in fact extremely well-commented source code, but so well commented that they are, effectively, an article with the occasional bit of assembler.  Both are very worth reading, even if you have no prior assembly, FO...

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Learning JavaScript My favorite programming language is Object Pascal. Period. However it is not the only programming language in the world. Probably my very first was Basic on ZX Spectrum, then came Turbo Pascal on DOS and quickly changed to Delphi and Object Pascal. Over the course of the years, I have been influenced by other languages. When joining Borland, I had to got certified with Java. When C#Builder was released .NET was a big thing and it was a great source of inspiration. When CodeGear released 3rdRail ...
Emerging Languages Camp Part 2: Daimio and Babel In this exciting installment of my notes from Emerging Languages Camp last year, some information about the Daimio and Babel programming languages. If you haven't seen it already, you might want to read the Introduction to this series. Daimio: A Language for Sharing Dann Toliver Homepage · Presentation · Slides Daimio Is a domain-specific language for customization of web applications. Dann Toliver, the presernter, says that web applications should be extensible and extensions should be sh...
Emerging Languages Camp Part 1: Introduction and Gershwin Emerging Languages Camp is an all day event held before Strange Loop. There were 11 presentations on new and unusual programming languages in varying stages of development. Production-ready languages like C#, Ruby, Clojure, and Haskell don't just spring to life out of nothing. There exists a historical context of major language families (Algol, LISP, ML, etc.) as well as a "primordial soup" of amateur, research, and proof-of-concept experiments which allow for features well outside the patter...
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