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Whats your favorite implementation of Exception handling? : ProgrammingLanguages
What's better than exceptions? Conditions (from common lisp), which are similar to exceptions but can also be restarted.
languagedesign  toread  via:reddit  programming 
november 2019 by mcherm
Developer Auction { where talent meets opportunity }
I should look at this odd little website offering some sort of recruiting practice. Perhaps there's something to learn here.
hiring  toread  via:theCodist 
january 2013 by mcherm
The Architecture of Open Source Applications
A whole book teaching software architecture by reviewing the architecture of actual open source projects.
programming  architecture  books  reference  toread  via:HackerNews  opensource 
august 2011 by mcherm
Stevey's Home Page - Ten Challenges 
Some excellent books to read for a true programmer (or better yet, a computer scientist). Just to give a hint, it starts out with Godel, Escher, Bach. He (Steve Yegge) has written other top-10-book lists before, but this is the top 10 list of HARD books.
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february 2010 by mcherm

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