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Theory and Practice, Practice, Practice

To know and not to do is not yet to know. This idea has been attributed to many sources. Let’s assume it is essentially Buddhist. The same idea is expressed below in terms of neuroscience. These items are saying that … Continue reading

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Lack of sleep() in Javascript

I get it. I really do. Javascript is intended to work in a (mostly) single threaded way and allowing it to sleep could gum things up tremendously. Reading that and similar links has been beneficial and I’ll be making time … Continue reading

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Starting to Learn About the Java Memory Model

While out for a walk today, and while listening to lectures about economics, my thoughts wandered to the structure of the Java language. (They do that. I don’t always know why…) From writing assembly for various processors and also from … Continue reading

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Knowing What’s Under the Hood and How It Got There

The downside of having been involved in software for a long time is that it’s easy to fall into the trap of not knowing all of the latest languages and techniques. One gets off into analysis and management and discovery … Continue reading

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