If you have the right .NET version you can use:
This is Hello World in Ruby:
The post written by my fellow programmer Kostas, reminded me of how many times I am troubled by the following thought: Is it better to stick to one or two programming languages or try to learn as many different languages and frameworks as possible?
I am sure most programmers and me know by now the 101 rule: Maintain a bug database if you develop software. This post is not about this. I assume you know and practice it already. I want to talk about what a bug report should include and I encourage you to train the people who … Continue reading Reporting bugs
As a professional programmer for over a decade, the applications I am proud for having developed can be counted on one hand. I always wondered why. As I was thinking about it, a pattern was revealed. All these applications were developed by me in order to solve a problem that I had. What this really … Continue reading Developing for yourself first
I think regular expressions is something every programmer should be familiar with. I am not saying, every programmer should write three lines of regexp strings, in three seconds without a cheat sheet. I am just saying that we should all know at least that they exist and what they are useful for. The truth is, … Continue reading Regular expression online tool
I never loose a chance to search for new or different programming languages. I stumbled upon Flaming Thunder. From their site: Welcome! Flaming Thunder is a powerful new computer programming language for scientists, mathematicians and engineers, that is easy enough even for elementary school students.