The Origins of Learning D

In early 2015, Adam Ruppe asked in the D forums if anyone was interested in authoring a new book for Packt Publishing, the company that published his D Cookbook. I had submitted a book proposal to Packt a few months before, one with a different concept, and had heard nothing back. So I began to mull… Continue reading The Origins of Learning D

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GSoC Report: DStep

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

Ruminations on D: An Interview with Walter Bright

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

D in Games: Ethan Watson of Remedy Games Goes to GDC Europe

At DConf 2013 at the Facebook HQ, Manu Evans, then of Remedy Games, gave a talk titled, “Using D Alongside a Game Engine” (follow the link for the slides and video). He talked about Remedy’s experience getting D to work with their existing C++ game engine. The D landscape was a bit different when they got underway… Continue reading D in Games: Ethan Watson of Remedy Games Goes to GDC Europe

The Why and Wherefore of the New D Improvement Proposal Process

When a programmer sees fellow programmers contributing code to open source projects, it is unlikely that the question of why will ever come to mind in terms of motive. Regarding technical merit or usefulness, sure. But motive? Coders who are inclined to contribute bug fixes, new features, build systems, or other resources to open source… Continue reading The Why and Wherefore of the New D Improvement Proposal Process

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