D Language Foundation Funding: New Platforms, New Bounties

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When I first announced the HR Fund here on the blog back in April, there was talk among the D Language Foundation team of hiring one or more people to flesh out the specification and implementation of shared. That sort of work requires a very specific skillset that only a few people in the orbit … Continue reading D Language Foundation Funding: New Platforms, New Bounties

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DMD 2.088.0 Released

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The newest DMD has rolled off the assembly line and is ready for download. A total of 58 contributors fixed 58 bugs and introduced 27 major changes to version 2.088.0 of the compiler. I’m always looking for the big ticket items in a new DMD release to highlight on the blog, but this is a … Continue reading DMD 2.088.0 Released

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DMD 2.087.0 Released

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The latest release of the Digital Mars D compiler (DMD) is now available. Version 2.087.0 marks 44 closed Bugzilla issues and 22 major changes courtesy of 63 contributors. See the changelog for the details and related links. Visit the Digital Mars Downloads page to get the release package for your platform(s). One of the changes … Continue reading DMD 2.087.0 Released

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DConf T-Shirts and the Human Resource Fund

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I announced the Human Resource Fund back in April as part of an initiative we’re working on with companies using D in production. It was seeded by WekaIO. Now we need to see it grow. We always have an excess of t-shirts after DConf. Often, they are given away. This year, we intentionally ordered many … Continue reading DConf T-Shirts and the Human Resource Fund

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Human Resources in the D Ecosystem (or Resources, Resources, Resources)

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There’s lots of work in the D ecosystem waiting for someone to complete it. This blog post introduces two initiatives, the Human Resource Share and the Human Resource Fund, aimed at making that happen!

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Updates in D Land

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As we encroach upon the end of 2018, a recent Reddit thread wishing D a happy 17th birthday reminded me how far the language has come since I first stumbled upon it in 2003. Many of the steps along the way were powered by the energy of users who had little incentive to contribute beyond … Continue reading Updates in D Land

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