GSoC Report: DStep

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Wojciech Szęszoł is a Computer Science major at the University of Wrocław. As part of Google Summer of Code 2016, he chose to make improvements to Jacob Carlborg’s DStep, a tool to generate D bindings from C and Objective-C header files. It was December of last year and I was writing an image processing project … Continue reading GSoC Report: DStep

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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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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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Programming in D: A Happy Accident

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This is a guest post from Ali Çehreli, who not only uses D as a hobby, but also gets to use it as an employee of Weka.io. He 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 … Continue reading Programming in D: A Happy Accident

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Making Of: LDC 1.0

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This is a guest post from Kai Nacke. A long-time contributor to the D community, Kai is the author of D Web Development and the maintainer of LDC, the LLVM D Compiler. LDC has been under development for more than 10 years. From release to release, the software has gotten better and better, but the … Continue reading Making Of: LDC 1.0

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Find Was Too Damn Slow, So We Fixed It

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This is a guest post from Andreas Zwinkau, a problem solving thinker, working as a doctoral researcher at the IPD Snelting within the InvasIC project on compiler and language perfection. He manages and teaches students at the KIT. With a beautiful wife and two jolly kids, he lives in Karlsruhe, Germany. Please throw this hat … Continue reading Find Was Too Damn Slow, So We Fixed It

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