Ruminations on D: An Interview with Walter Bright

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Joakim is the resident interviewer for the D Blog. He has also interviewed members of the D community for This Week in D and is responsible for the Android port of LDC. Walter Bright is the creator and first implementer of the D programming language. He was an early developer of C++ compilers starting from … Continue reading Ruminations on D: An Interview with Walter Bright

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Inside D Version Manager

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In his day job, Jacob Carlborg is a Ruby backend developer for Derivco Sweden, but he’s been using D on his own time since 2006. He is the maintainer of numerous open source projects, including DStep, a utility that generates D bindings from C and Objective-C headers, DWT, a port of the Java GUI library SWT, and the topic … Continue reading Inside D Version Manager

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Project Highlight: Visual D

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In the world of modern software development, a language that is not supported in any of the major Integrated Development Environments is not going to gain very much traction. For better or worse, the IDE has become a widespread and permanent fixture. Programmers are free to use any editor or environment they want in their … Continue reading Project Highlight: Visual D

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The Origins of the D Cookbook

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Adam Ruppe is the author of D Cookbook and maintainer of This Week in D. Modules from his freely available arsd package are used throughout the D community. He is also known for his legendary DConf 2014 presentation. In 2013, Packt Publishing approached me to write D Cookbook. Over the next several months, I was … Continue reading The Origins of the D Cookbook

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