• alltom

    alltom

    2 years ago
    Does anyone here have experience embedding WebAssembly VMs? I’d like to talk about where there’s any firm ground from which to start on a FoC idea. I can only find half-finished projects and systems that used to work.
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    Steve Dekorte

    2 years ago
    A paper on the history of Objective-C and (relevant to this group) it’s motivation of enabling a “software IC” marketplace. https://dl.acm.org/doi/pdf/10.1145/3386332
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    Ivan Reese

    2 years ago
    🖌️ Episode 48 • Jennifer Jacobs • Para & Dynamic Brushes 🎨 There’s a small handful of people that I’ve been requested again and again to interview on the Future of Coding podcast. Jennifer Jacobs is one of those people. Her work on Dynamic Brushes in particular, and parametric drawing in general, occupies a major intersection between disciplines and provides insights that we can all apply to our own work. This interview touches on childhood education, programming tools for both non-programmers and expert programmers, tangible interfaces, wearable and embodied computation, aesthetics, the relationship between academia and industry, means of evaluating the efficacy of projects, geometric encodings of first-order logic, symbolic representations, whether Scratch could exist outside MIT, and more. Jennifer does a wonderful job articulating the nature her own work, but also the works of her collaborators, peers, and influences, so that we come away with a great understanding for the broader spaces in which her research fits. Jennifer is already am important figure in our Future of Coding field, and I am very excited to follow her career and see all the places the impacts of her work will be felt. You’ll notice right away that @stevekrouse is sitting in the interviewer chair this time. This is the first of a handful of episodes that Steve recorded in 2019 but didn’t release. I’m planning to edit and release them throughout 2020, so you’ll hear a bit more of Steve yet. https://futureofcoding.org/episodes/048
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  • Felix Kohlgrüber

    Felix Kohlgrüber

    2 years ago
    I'm looking for papers / projects / programming languages in which the presentation / editing representation is text and the storage representation is decoupled from presentation / editing. In typical programming languages these representations are the same (code is edited as text and stored 1:1). In structured / projectional editing environments the editing representation is often non-textual. Even though these environments separate presentation from storage, it seems like a by-product while the focus lies on the editing experience. I'd like to see studies of the implications of separating presentation and storage representations for programming languages. I can imagine that this could help backwards-compatible language evolution, end a lot of syntax bike-shedding discussions and probably even let different programming languages share common concepts. I'm not the first one to think about this for sure, but I didn't manage to find useful resources.
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    Daniel Hines

    2 years ago
    Why do you guys think COM interop in Windows has fallen out of vogue? At the surface, it seems like an awesome way to get apps working together, but I haven't seen it used in a very long time.
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  • Prathyush

    Prathyush

    2 years ago
    TIL Deutsch Limit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deutsch_limit Etymology from this quip: “Well, this is all fine and well, but the problem with visual programming languages is that you can’t have more than 50 visual primitives on the screen at the same time. How are you going to write an operating system?”
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    Steve Dekorte

    2 years ago
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  • Jimmy Miller

    Jimmy Miller

    2 years ago
    Basically all documentation tools I’m aware of are aimed at communicating things others. Is anyone aware of tools that are instead focused on personal documentation? Tools that are tied into the source/source control in some way, but that are for personal use and not shared with others? Obviously people can make their own little conventions and things in stuff like org mode. But I’m curious if anyone is aware of purpose built tools for this.
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  • gman

    gman

    2 years ago
    I hadn't see this before. Probably not what most people here imaging to be the future of coding bit still interesting? https://www.paintcodeapp.com/
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    Peter Damoc

    2 years ago
    Hello, new person here, is there some kind of forum/wiki that accumulates the knowledge discussed in this slack?
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