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On a New Road

Working crazy hardTuesday August 21, 2012
Having lots of fun. My usually-slow blogging rate has gone totally into the trash. A couple of weeks ago I did a talk on some of what I'm working on. There were some issues with the recording: it's missing the animations in the slides and the demos. But you'll get the idea :-) The PacX challenge robots are strolling across the pacific, getting closer and closer to Australia and Japan. One major sadness is that one of the robots heading for Japan (Fontaine Maru) came to an unknown end - it's drifting with everything dead except its tracking beacon.

I finally got a job opening for a JavaEE/cloud hacker, based in Sunnyvale. If you're looking for something different, apply!


Dear James, I have to ask you for some advice please. Many years ago I read on a webpage that for designing the Java programming language the team used a matrix/table of language features and checked all possible combinations to define the grammar in every detail. I like to reread the article but cannot find any references. Could you please point me to some document or link that I can learn a bit more about how Java was designed? I'm sorry if this is not directly related to your blog. Thanks very much Ramin

Posted by Ramin on August 22, 2012 at 08:05 AM PDT #

James, a Mexican can apply for the job?

Posted by Roman on August 22, 2012 at 11:26 AM PDT #

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