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End-user programming
Today’s software apps are like appliances: we can only use the capabilities exactly as programmed by the developer. What if we, and all computer users, could reach in and modify our favorite apps? Or even create new apps on the fly according to our needs in the moment?

This is end-user programming, a vision for empowered computing pursued by bright-eyed computer science visionaries. Its rich history reaches back to the 1960s with programming environments like Smalltalk and Logo. Notable successes since then include Unix, the spreadsheet, Hypercard, and HTML. And today, newcomers like Zapier, Coda, and Siri Shortcuts are trying their own approaches to automation and dynamic modeling.
development  programming 
5 weeks ago by kkennedy
linting and fixing code for all languages
programming  python 
january 2019 by kkennedy
The IPython Notebook — IPython
The IPython Notebook is an interactive computational environment, in which you can combine code execution, rich text, mathematics, plots and rich media. It aims to be an agile tool for both exploratory computation and data analysis, and provides a platform to support reproducible research, since all inputs and outputs may be stored in a one-to-one way in notebook documents.
python  programming 
january 2016 by kkennedy
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Turning the virtually impossible into the incredibly difficult.
google  programming  ai 
march 2015 by kkennedy
A Recipe for OpenID-Enabling Your Site
Excellent OpenID implementation tutorial by Joseph Smarr of Plaxo
webdev  tutorial  openid  api  programming  authentication  identity 
november 2008 by kkennedy
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