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:: Friday, January 05, 2001 ::
elj-win32: a free SmallEiffel win32 Distrubition
I have avoided this far too long: The Lex and Yacc Page. Also, there are a lot of neat toys at the Compilerconstruction.org.
Thomas Genssler's Homepage -- Genssler worked on "Transforming Object-Oriented Design using Design Patterns" (TROOP), one of the elements now incorporated into the Together CASE tool. Gennsler has several other projects in progress and is still associated with the Forschungszentrum Informatik (FZI), known in English as the FZI Research Center for Information Technologies, at the University of Karlsruhe.
JavaRanch - a friendly place for Java greenhorns -- This site seems really odd!
Tigris.org is "a mid-sized open source community focused on building better tools for collaborative software development". Among other tools, Tigris hosts the ArgoUML Project.:: Thursday, January 04, 2001 ::
Web Workshop - Design and User Interface Inspirations at Microsoft
The Will and the Word: A Philosophy of Programming
Info-ZIP's UnZip -- claims to be: "The Third Most Portable Program in the World!"
Pliant - release 44 -- yet another new free language. The site describes it this way: "As a summary: Pliant is typed-Lisp + C++ + reflective-C in one language."
10-Minute Solutions -- Overriding New and Delete:: Tuesday, January 02, 2001 ::