Tienson Qin@tiensonqin

Father, spurs fan, Clojure && OCaml.

To contact me about potential contract or full time work (or just to say hi), email me at tiensonqin [AT] gmail.com.

Our solution is to abandon it entirely, pushing OO techniques to a more advanced level for students who wish to learn them, and concentrating on the basic principles of modularity, parallel and sequential cost analysis, and direct verification of running code at the introductory level. Dijkstra used to say “beauty is our business”, to which I would add that life is too short, and bright minds too precious, to waste on ugly things. And if you take this point of view seriously, the best and the brightest are drawn to, rather than repulsed by, the field.

The awkward methodology, the “design patterns”, the “style guidelines”, all get in the way of teaching the principles. And even setting that aside, you’re still doing imperative programming on ephemeral data structures. It just does not work, because it is fundamentally the wrong thing.

What is a data structure? It’s a signature, or interface, written in the language you’re programming in. What’s an algorithm? It’s a structure, or implementation, of that signature.

In F# the designers started with the right thing (Caml) and eliminated the very thing that matters the most about ML, it’s module system!

Thank you for another great feedback!
I’ll investigate later, maybe next week.
Hope you don’t mind, :)

Also you could go directly to your notifications page(just for testing),

I think this problem should be solved now, let me know if you still can’t see the notification alert, :)

It should be a bug if no notification alert is shown, I created a github issue to track this problem.
It might be some problems related to the backend logic, I’m checking now.

Thanks for your kind words.

Are you using mobile?
If you’re using PC, there’ll be a notification icon on the header.
You have to click menu to see notifications alert on mobile, it’s a bug and will be fixed soon.

Also you’ll receive email notification if you’re offline for more than 10 minutes.

@rxcdtcyf: The white theme is back, also it’s the default one.
I also tweaks a lot with the dark theme.
You can test it here: image:https://lambdahackers.imgix.net/4vmiY3ZlQW.jpg[]

Yeah, I should not drop white theme. I pick this color because I’m a fan of solarized dark, I’ll add the white theme soon and look though all of your helpful links.
Thank you for your feedback and sorry for this break change.

Add both Emacs Org mode and ReStructuredText.

@suhr: You can go to your settings to hide the numbers now.

@suhr: Thanks for posting here.

Another question is do you want to show the vote button?

I’m fixing issues of Lambdahackers and playing with concatenative programming.

@duongkimngoc: will delete this, have fun!