Interesting links – 4

http://ivory.idyll.org/articles/advanced-swc/

“Intermediate and Advanced Software Carpentry in Python” is an excellent reading by Titus Brown. If you feel you’re good with Python but want to improve it, or if you are an experienced programmer that wants to get better, this is a good place to go. I liked it.

http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?AlternateHardAndSoftLayers

During the time I was working on my Compilation course, I was thinking about the challenge of writing yacc in yacc. Well, I went searching for “yacc in yacc” and stumbled across this page. It is a part of a very strange ‘pattern wiki’. It has fascinating discussions of the subjects in it, but I don’t like the old-style wiki navigation. Still worth a taste.

http://www.scottaaronson.com/writings/bignumbers.html

Do you know the kind of duel where two people need to name the biggest number? If you thought something along the lines of ‘hey, I’ll write something with a lot of nines’, well, you are in for a surprise. This article has a nice solution for the problem. Excellent read, especially if you are into computation theory.  I really liked that one.

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