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Dec 4th, 2019

18 Popular Sites Like Wagerlabs

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  Tenerife Skunkworks
Quite often that dragon of failure is really chasing you off the wrong road and ... What is the point of pushing %EBX just to "call" the next instruction and pop it? ...
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  Erlang Community - Main Page - Trapexit
A one-stop place where to find Erlang information, including forums, ... Welcome to trapexit.org, the Erlang community site where ... on trapexit.org ...
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  Random Hacks
Write a 32-line chat client using Ruby, AMQP & EventMachine (and a GUI using Shoes) ... You can do this using Jabber's XMPP protocol, of course. ...
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  Erlang, PHP, C, Java, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Hadoop, Linux, awk, bash, sed, grep, screen, vim, irc, ssh etc… | Richard Jones, Esq.
Email: rj@metabrew.com. Tags. bash c cnode comet databases dht driver ejabberd erlang hack hackspace hashing http irc java kernel ketama last.fm ...
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  Erlang Projects
It works! ...
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  Ruslan’s Blog
Recently I've been working with CSS files and wanted to replace color ... To do that I used pretty well known feature of Emacs, namely use of Lisp ...
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  Arsalan Zaidi's Blog: Zen and the Art of Functional Programming
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  Bluish Coder
As I mentioned in my last post, closures are functions combined with ... To create a closure you must explicitly mark it as being a closure. A closure requires ...
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  Stevey's Blog Rants
Scrums are the most dangerous phase in rugby, since a collapse ... Posted by Steve Yegge at 4:07 AM. 261 comments: "Oldest "Older 1 – 200 of 261 Newer" Newest" ...
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  InfoQ: Joe Armstrong and Simon Peyton Jones discuss Erlang and Haskell
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  Paul Graham
Lisp books, code, links, and articles, as well as info on the new dialect, Arc.
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