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I've been writing software for 25+ years now. I started the Great Lakes Functional Programming Conference in 2012. I pursue ornithology as an avocation.

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comment Are 'The Pragmatic Programmer' and 'The Mythical Man Month' good books for people with limited practical experience programming
Do you have something specific you want to understand better in terms of programming?
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comment Why these attempts to water down Scala with Xtend and Kotlin?
If I could close this question myself I would but I cannot. I know that it was a question really calling for speculation and I should probably have closed it a while ago.
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comment Why Aren't Rule Engines Written In Prolog?
@Dynamic I tried rewording the question so it's not quite so open-ended.