Archive for February, 2009

Programming Languages + Boats

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009

While the intention of this blog was never to link to random programming related pages, that’s what I’m doing for now. The combination of life and my day job are keeping me busier than ever, so I’m holding off assumptions on when things will get done. In the mean time, enjoy yourself here.

Programming Languages To Die For

Sunday, February 8th, 2009

While I generally like to think of programming languages as representative of the same processes that have evolved human speech, it is interesting to take it one step further. Undoubtedly, and unfortunately, there are many who grow so accustomed to one particular programming language that they abide by its paradigm and hold it above all […]

The Semiconductor Industry

Sunday, February 8th, 2009

Although I’m long removed from the world of microprocessors, there are still some fond memories. Many of them come at the tail end of the industry’s story…

jQuery: Extending bind() to define context of execution (scope)

Wednesday, February 4th, 2009

One of the main advantages of jQuery is that it does a lot of thinking for you, especially with more complex things like event handling. Unfortunately, as you move into more advanced application building, the jQuery developer is left without a standard method of applying context to an event. Although creating a generic bind function […]