I program mainly in C# (formerly Perl, Java and C++), although I also have used a few other languages.
My home page was http://acblog.net/ The Artificial Creativity Blog
Places I am in part responsible for:
| TheAmericanEconomyIsScreamingInPain? | DeclineOfCivility | DevelopedWorldCulturalAssumption? | ExtremeProgrammingRoadmap | GermanXpTermForRefactoring | GiftedLabelForChildren | IsGlobalismThreateningTechCareers | JonGrover | GuiShorthand | HyperlinkedTextEditor | IdeaConception | InternationalOutsourcing | MeaningfulNames | PatternFormsTakeSomeGettingUsedTo | PlayHurt | ThePurposeOfComputers | RefactoringMercilesslyHidesTheForest | ScapeGoat | SortingAlgorithms | TipsForBeginners | TuringTest | WarningSignsOfCorporateDoom | WhatIsTheDifferenceBetweenaPatternAndAnInsight | WhyAreWeMakingHistoryHere? | WhyDontOthersGetWiki | WikiRewritesHistory
BusinessValueOrientedProgramming | CognitiveTypes | DataAndInformation | EveryWordCanBeAbbreviatedToFourLetters | Since some parts of ExtremeProgramming enable other parts of it, I produced an ExtremeProgrammingEnablingChart in the hope that this could be implemented at my company by knowing in what order its methodologies should be implemented. | KindsOfLiteracy | RelationalDatabaseFieldNames | SanguineProposal | SanguineGuiShorthand | TimingHistory | UniversalHistory | WorldwidePostalCodes | ZinmLanguage |
Some pages I would like to see created:
WhoShouldDoComputerProgramming? | WhoInOurSocietyShouldDoComputerProgramming? | WhatAreComputersFor? | WhyIsItThatOnlyProgrammersAreAllowedToSayWhataComputerDoes? | WhyAreProgrammersNotAllowedToSayWhataComputerDoes? | WhatIsaComputer? | WhatIsaComputerFor? | WhatIsaComputerUsedFor? | TheProgrammingElite? | ManyFindObjectOrientationHard | ProgrammerElitism? | ThePurposeOfComputers | PurposeOfComputers? | CognitiveMakeup? | CognitiveStyle? | SolicitIdea? | ApplyIdea? | MarketIdea? | SellIdea? | ComputersAreTools? | ComputersAreToolsToExtendOurThinking? | ProgramsAreTools? | HyperConcept? | HyperDiscussion | RefactorDiagram? | WikiDiscussion?
Now then, you demand of any manager that he can be trusted. - I Corinthians 4:2 (Beck)
wandering stars for whom dark gloom is reserved forever. - Jude 1:13b (Beck)
Jon, WorldwidePostalCodes seems a little off-kilter for this site. Have you considered moving it to its own wiki somewhere? Yeah, you're right. I should move this but I have no clue where to move it.