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[News] Free (Libre) Programming Language Reaches 1.0 Milestone After 7 Years

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Seven years in the making, Processing 1.0 is finally released

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| Processing is an open source programming language and environment for people 
| who want to program images, animation, and interactions. 
| [...]
| Processing 1.0 is free to download and available for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, and 
| Windows. 



Open Source vs Affordable Indie 3D Game Engines?

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| Lately I have been investigating 3D game engines. I was mostly 
| paying attention to open source engines like Ogre3d, Irrlicht,
| Crystal Space 3D, and the like...


The Road To Lisp

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| With libraries rounding out the powerful picture of a free, practical,
| and complete Common Lisp environment on GNU/Linux, it's clear that
| Lisp really does present a brave new choice for future coders
| intrigued by the wizardry which can be achieved with such a
| concise, expressive and elegant language.



Working for The Man? Advice to a young programmer

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| Many programmers, especially those who write for virtual machines such as 
| Java or the .NET CLI, think that low-level machine architecture and 
| processor instructions don't matter anymore. That's still not true, and I 
| don't believe it ever will be.
| [...]
| It is very important to be able to show your next employer what
| you have done, and what you are able to do in a team. Free
| software/open source is the ideal way of doing this. It's not
| just a better way of producing software, it's actually better
| for the reputation of the people creating it. One of the first
| things I do when evaluating someone is to look for samples of
| their code out there on the Internet. If you work on proprietary
| software you can't show anyone anything, and real code speaks
| louder than any list of projects you claim to have worked on.

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