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Time:10:50 pm
Updated software:

http://www.fantascienza.net/leonardo/js/index.html#fasta
http://www.fantascienza.net/leonardo/js/index.html#audioactive


Added software:

http://www.fantascienza.net/leonardo/js/index.html#puzzle15game
http://www.fantascienza.net/leonardo/js/index.html#naval_simulation
http://www.fantascienza.net/leonardo/js/index.html#water_filling
http://www.fantascienza.net/leonardo/js/mark_sweep.zip
http://www.fantascienza.net/leonardo/js/index.html#challenge139


Links, mostly programming:

Easy use of Wikipedia from Python:
https://github.com/goldsmith/Wikipedia

A little sad Python-Haskell comparison:
http://eyallotem.blogspot.co.il/2013/05/comparing-python-and-haskell.html

Introductions to Parser Combinators:
http://blog.fogcreek.com/fparsec/
http://yannesposito.com/Scratch/en/blog/Parsec-Presentation/

"What I Wish I Knew When Learning Haskell", not easy to understand:
http://dev.stephendiehl.com/hask/

Mathics is a general-purpose computer algebra system:
http://www.mathics.net/

Slides of the StrangeLoop 2013 conference:
https://github.com/strangeloop/StrangeLoop2013/tree/master/slides/sessions

Introduction to Typed Clojure:
http://nathanic.org/posts/2013/typed-clojure-tour/

Simple introduction to Monoids for programmers:
http://fsharpforfunandprofit.com/posts/monoids-without-tears/
http://fsharpforfunandprofit.com/posts/monoids-part2/

Several simple C++ implementations of software rendeerers:
http://kagamin.net/hole/simple/index.htm

Cute but with several reserves:
http://www.xfront.com/Haskell/Why-Functional-Programming-Matters-Part-2.pdf

Doctest for Haskell:
https://github.com/sol/doctest-haskell#readme

Units-of-Measure in F#:
http://clear-lines.com/blog/post/Safe-refactoring-with-FSharp-Units-of-Measure.aspx

Nice and simple Pythagoras Tree in F#:
http://fsharpnews.blogspot.it/2009/05/pythagoras-tree.html

Eye-opening, "Dispelling the Myths of Parallel Computing" by Patrick H. Madden:
http://www.cs.binghamton.edu/~pmadden/pubs/dispelling-ieeedt-2013.pdf

Parse, of the Rebol language:
http://www.red-lang.org/2013/11/041-introducing-parse.html
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Time:2013-12-19 10:57 am (UTC)
thedeemon>I don't find it sad at all, since I agree completely with the author. ;) Moreover, in those samples there were no tests. As projects grow, Python code will need more and more tests to be maintainable, so eventually it will easily outgrow Haskell code (which also may need tests but no so many).<

Haskell has some good sides, and I like it, but it's way over-hyped. Some new programmers could end believing all this Haskell hype, while older programmers know better and keep using Python, etc. Even Julia language that's out since only two years will soon be more used than Haskell, because it's probably a better language than Haskell.
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