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Science Blogs

Автор: Brenaibianymn от 16-01-2009, 23:42
Science Blogs

I came across an article yesterday about programming languages, which hit on one of my major peeves, so I cant resist responding. The article is at greythumb. Org, and its called [Programmer's rant: what should and should not be added to C/C++](http://www.

Greythumb. Org/blog/index. Php? /archives/152-Programmers-rant-what-should-and-should-not-be-added-to-CC++. Html#extended).

Its a variation on the extremely common belief that C and C++ are the best languages to use when you need code to run fast. Theyre not. Theyre good at things that need to get very close to the hardware not in the efficiency sense, but in the sense of needing to be able to fairly directly munge the stack, address specific hardware registers, etc. But they are *dreadful* languages for writing real scientific and/or numerical code. >First of all, these fears are nonsense.

C and C++...

HBR Blog Network

Автор: Antonovet от 11-01-2009, 16:37
HBR Blog Network

What executive skills are most prized by companies today? How has that array of skills changed in the last decade, and how is it likely to change in the next ten years? To find out, I surveyed senior consultants in 2010 at a top-five global executive-search firm. Experienced search consultants typically interview hundreds (in many cases thousands) of senior executives; they assess those executives skills, track them over time, and in some cases place the same executive in a series of jobs. They also observe how executives negotiate, what matters most to them in their contracts, and how they decide whether to change companies. (For more on how executives set their work-life priorities, see. ) Leadership.

The skills cited as most indispensable for C-leve...

GPLv3

Автор: Coarpaype от 2-01-2009, 03:00
GPLv3

The C Family of Languages: Interview with Dennis Ritchie, Bjarne Stroustrup, and James Gosling This article appeared in Java Report, 5(7), July 2000 and C++ Report, 12(7), July/August 2000. The C family of languages--C, C++, and Java--has dominated commercial programming for over 30 years. Today, all three languages are at a turning point: The second ISO/ANSI C standard has just been published (C99 was officially released in December 1999). C continues to be one of the most influential languages in the world, particularly in the field of embedded systems.

The first official update to the ISO/ANSI C++ standard will be completed in October 2000. C++ is one of the most widely used commercial programming languages in the world, with unparalleled support for both object-oriented and generic programming, and continues to experience steady growth. Java popularity continues to grow in various areas, from client-side to server-side programming. Sun has recently decided that Java ...