Browsing other people’s code is a necessity, especially in Haskell where one wants to understand how to tweak types presented by a package beyond its normal APIs. Or, for understanding the deep inner workings of a framework.
Luckily, we can employ our Emacs editor to our benefit when trying to browse through an installed […]
One of the original purposes of Monads was to describe flow while leaving the implementation of the flow to a later stage. This allows to define what happens as a side effect of the computational […]
Attention: Spoilers ahead. If you haven’t watched the Tron movies then perhaps you shouldn’t read this post.
I believe the first time I watched the Tron movie was sometime in the 80’s when I was a young kid before I even knew how to write a single line of code. It didn’t make much […]
During the last decade we have seen the rise of server and desktop virtualization infrastructure as the official and standard means of creating services and resources isolation at both the client and server side. System virtualization provided rigid management of computing resources over standardized PC and server hardware for the first time.
However when one […]
Here’s an example for a company that most investors would very much appreciate. Agree Realty Corporation (ADC, SEC filings) owns and operates over 3.5 million square foot of commercial real-estate in the United States of America. There are several reasons why its stock should appear attractive for investors.
The consistent 15 years history of paying […]
“All we are, as people, just minds trapped inside our own brain in different degrees of freedom”, he said. Sarah gazed up to him, moving her curly blonde hair to the other side.
“That’s true. It affects the decisions we make every day. So prune to subtle changes in brain chemistry, that we can hardly call it […]
We are social beings – our thoughts and ensuing behavior draws quite considerably from the impressions we get from the people around us. Did you ever encounter a public demonstration while walking down the street and decided to join it? That is what I’m talking about. Did you ever think of doing something mainly because […]
I often get annoyed at how people behave at supermarket lines where I live. For the incident I ’caused’ today, I will live to remember.
This evening I went to buy some groceries in the neighborhood supermarket. As usual, I pick a few items and went to the express cashier line (10 items or less). […]
Imagine a routine visit to your doctor. You sit down and he says, “Listen, I looked at your recent tests, and I have something important to tell”. You are surprised. “What is it, doc?”. He says, “It seems that you have encountered a serious disease named Fumovelenositis”.
The doctor continues, “Fumovelenositis contributes to a life-long […]