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Chronicle | Interprocess Communication (IPC) based Data Structures
Latest Map and Queue for Java Developers, concurrent, low latency, persisted, distributed and off-heap.
java  high  frequency  trading 
june 2015 by ianweatherhogg
High Frequency Trading Strategies
Discusses performance characteristics of high frequency trading strategies and the requirements for implementation
high  frequency  trading 
june 2015 by ianweatherhogg
scopatz/nanorc
nanorc - Improved Nano Syntax Highlighting Files
github  nano  syntax  high  light 
march 2014 by ianweatherhogg
stephencelis/syn
syn - Syntax control for the command line
mac  github  word  writing  syntax  high  light 
february 2014 by ianweatherhogg
Pandoc based J Syntax Highlighting | Analyze the Data not the Drivel.
John MacFarlane's excellent command line utility Pandoc is a Haskell program that converts to and from various text markup languages. Pandoc's help option lists its supported input and output formats. The following examples are Linux bash shell commands. Windows shell commands are identical. $ pandoc --help pandoc [OPTIONS] [FILES] Input formats: native, json, markdown, markdown+lhs,…
pandoc  haskell  code  high  css  colour  theme  light 
january 2014 by ianweatherhogg
PlasticCodeWrap — TmTheme Editor
TmTheme Editor is the a visual color-scheme/theme editor for Sublime Text and Textmate editors.
code  colour  theme  generator  high  css  4*  light 
january 2014 by ianweatherhogg
BlogLiterately | blog :: Brent -> [String]
Example usage Markdown and pandoc Determining input format Code blocks and syntax highlighting Citations LaTeX Table of contents ghci sessions Uploading embedded images Customization Command-line options Profiles Option blocks Pandoc titles Generating HTML only Getting Help BlogLiterately is a tool for uploading blog posts to servers that support the MetaWeblog API (such as WordPress-based blogs…
haskell  wordpress  _blogging  latex  markdown  pandoc  code  high  light 
february 2013 by ianweatherhogg
Pure JavaScript on Vimeo
All - fine - got onto partial functions and compose but no monads and beyond
vimeo  javascript  functional  programming  screencast  high  order 
september 2012 by ianweatherhogg
Why GADTs are awesome: implementing System F using HOAS | Unknown Parallel
As an exercise while reading through Types and Programming Languages, I decided to implement an interpreter and typechecker for System F, using HOAS (Higher-Order Abstract Syntax) and Haskell's GADTs (Generalized Algebraic Data Types). There were some really cute tricks that made the implementation fairly simple, so I decided to blog about it.
haskell  algebraic  data  type  high  natural  number  math  4* 
july 2012 by ianweatherhogg
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