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a programming language for actual programmers

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A+ is a powerful and efficient programming
language. It is freely available under the
GNU General Public License.
It embodies a rich set of functions and operators, a modern graphical
user interface with many widgets and automatic synchronization of
widgets and variables, asynchronous execution of functions associated
with variables and events, dynamic loading of user compiled
subroutines, and many other features. Execution is by a rather
efficient interpreter. A+ was created at Morgan Stanley.
Primarily used in a computationally-intensive business environment,
many critical applications written
in A+ have withstood the demands of real world developers over many
years. Written in an interpreted language, A+ applications
tend to

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“C is how the computer works” is a dangerous mindset for C programmers

A long time ago, I wrote “Should you learn C to “learn how the computer works”?”. This was part 1 in a three part series. A year later, I got around to part 2, ““C is not how the computer works” can lead to inefficient code”.

It’s been five more months. I don’t think I really want to write out the third part; I expected this to be a quick series of blog posts, not something that was on my plate for a year and a half. Here’s the thesis of part 3:

Part three is going to show what happens if you make a mistake with the ideas from part two. If you incorrectly assume that C’s abstract model maps directly to hardware, you can make mistakes. This is where UB gets dangerous. While you can take advantages of some properties of the machine you’re relying

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charlax/professional-programming: A collection of full-stack resources for programmers.

  • Professional Programming
    • Contributing to this list
    • Must-read books
    • Must-read articles
    • Other general material and list of resources
    • Topics
      • Algorithm and data structures
      • API design & development
      • Attitude, habits, mindset
      • Automation
      • Biases
      • Career growth
      • Characters sets
      • Code reviews
      • Coding & code quality
      • Computer science
      • Configuration
      • Databases
      • Data formats
      • Data science
      • Debugging
      • Design (visual, UX, UI)
      • Design (OO modeling, architecture, patterns, anti-patterns, etc.)
      • Dev environment & tools
      • Diversity & inclusion
      • Documentation
      • Dotfiles
      • Editors & IDE
      • Engineering management
      • Exercises
      • Incident response (alerting, outages, firefighting)
      • Internet
      • Interviewing
      • Learning & memorizing
      • Low-level
      • Network
      • Problem solving
      • Project management
      • Programming languages
      • Over-engineering
      • Reading
      • Releasing & deploying
      • Security
      • Shell
      • System architecture
      • Site Reliability Engineering (SRE)
      • Technical debt
      • Testing
      • Tools
      • Version control (Git)
      • Work ethics, productivity & work/life balance
      • Web development
      • Writing
      • Writing for performance
    • Concepts

Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe. (Abraham Lincoln)

A collection

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Top 100 Programming Blogs And Websites in 2020 For Programmers

1. The Crazy Programmer

The Crazy Programmer

India About Blog The Crazy Programmer will guide you through the simplest basics of C, C , Android, PHP, SQL and many more coding languages. Frequency 1 post / day Blog
Facebook fans 186K ⋅ Twitter followers 12.6K ⋅ Social Engagement 2 ⋅ Domain Authority 45 ⋅ Alexa Rank 55.2K

2. SitePoint


Melbourne, Victoria, Australia About Blog SitePoint is an online community of web professionals. We enjoy sharing our love for creating incredible internet things. Learn Web Design & Development with SitePoint tutorials, courses and books – HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, PHP, mobile app development, Responsive Web Design. Frequency 1 post / dayAlso in Web Design Blogs Blog
Facebook fans 101.5K ⋅ Twitter followers 125.3K ⋅ Social Engagement 102 ⋅ Domain Authority 87 ⋅ Alexa Rank 5.2K

3. Ray Wenderlich | Tutorials for iPhone & iOS Developers and

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