Introspection, Introspection Everywhere

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Prelude: Orem, UT, May 29 2015 Just finished delivering my keynote. Exiting the character, I’m half dead. People say it needs to look easy. Yeah, just get up there and start saying things. Like it’s natural. Spontaneous. Not for me it’s not. Weeks before any public talk, I can only think of how to handle … Continue reading Introspection, Introspection Everywhere

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The D Language Foundation Google Summer of Code 2016 Postmortem

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Craig Dillabaugh was first drawn to D by its attractive syntax and Walter Bright’s statement that D is “a programming language, not a religion”. He maintains bindings to the geospatial libraries shapelib and gdal, volunteered to manage the GSoC 2015 & 2016 efforts for D, and has taken it on again for 2017. He lives … Continue reading The D Language Foundation Google Summer of Code 2016 Postmortem

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Happy New Year from the D Language Foundation

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Ali Çehreli uses D professionally at Weka.io, is the author of Programming in D, and is frequently found in the D Learn forum with ready answers to questions on using the language. He also is an officer of the D Language Foundation. Happy 2017! 2016 was filled with many great things happening for the D … Continue reading Happy New Year from the D Language Foundation

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The D Language Foundation’s Scholarship Program

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The D Language Foundation recently announced a new scholarship program aimed at EE and CS majors attending University “Politehnica” Bucharest (UPB). I contacted Andrei Alexandrescu for a few details on how the initiative came together, hoping for just enough tidbits of backstory to craft a blog post around. He obliged in a big way, turning … Continue reading The D Language Foundation’s Scholarship Program

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Recent D Foundation Activities

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Welcome to the official D Blog! My name is Michael Parker. With the launching of The D Blog, I’ve been fortunate enough to land the role of Blog Author, which means I’ll be making most of the posts around here. This blog will become your source for DLang news, inside looks at projects in the D … Continue reading Recent D Foundation Activities

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