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Seven Languages in Seven Weeks: Scala, Day 1

It’s time for a new chapter in the Seven Languages in Seven Weeks series: today, I take a crack at Scala.

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Got slow download but fast upload speeds over wireless? Here's a fix.

If you find that your wireless download speeds are abysmal while your uploads speeds are pretty solid, especially with Apple devices, I’ve got a possible soluti...

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Seven Languages in Seven Weeks: Prolog, Day 3

After a rocky day 2 of Prolog, I’m back for a 3rd day in my Seven Languages in Seven Weeks series of blog posts.

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Seven Languages in Seven Weeks: Prolog, Day 2

Today is the second day of Prolog in the Seven Languages in Seven Weeks series of blog posts. You can find the first day of Prolog here.

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Seven Languages in Seven Weeks: Prolog, Day 1

After finishing up Io, it’s time to shift gears yet again in my Seven Languages in Seven Weeks series of blog posts. This time, it’s time for something radical...

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Seven Languages in Seven Weeks: Io, Day 3

Today is the final chapter of Io in the Seven Languages in Seven Weeks series of posts. You can find the previous day of Io here.

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Seven Languages in Seven Weeks: Io, Day 2

Today is Day 2 of Io in my Seven Languages in Seven Weeks series of blog posts. You can check out Day 1 of IO here. Io, Day 2: Thoughts

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Seven Languages in Seven Weeks: Io, Day 1

Welcome to the first day of Io in my Seven Languages in Seven Weeks series of blog posts. After spending a few days playing around with Ruby, Io is definitel...

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Seven Languages in Seven Weeks: Ruby, Day 3

This is my 3rd day of Ruby in the Seven Languages in Seven Weeks series of posts. You can find the previous day here.

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Sherlock, The Reichenbach Fall: What Really Happened?

The PBS/BBC Sherlock series is one of the most entertaining shows I’ve seen in years. It’s a modern take on Conan Doyle’s classic with strong writing, a superb ...

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