Techworld Australia recently caught up with Martin Odersky to talk about the creation of Scala; the programming language created in a Web 1.0 world but ended up being used to run Twitter.
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In this interview, we chat to Walter Bright about D and his aim to improve on C++. According to his home page, Bright was trained as a mechanical engineer, and has worked for Boeing on the 757 stabilizer trim system. Ever since this experience however, he has been writing software, and has a particular interest in compilers.
It's relatively simple to get up and running with Clojure - the latest Lisp dialect. We show you how.