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I just wanted to highlight a couple of interesting ideas I saw on InfoQ this morning:
  1. Somewhat-open classes in Java: I hadn't known about JavaRebel until now, but it looks interesting. It sounds as if you can do open-class type things, but they don't seem to market it on that aspect - instead, they focus on the time it saves you by not having to "redeploy or restart."
  2. That sounds quite a lot like another language where you're working in the abstract syntax tree itself. So I found it good timing that InfoQ also mentioned several implementations-in-the-works of Lisp on the .NET platform. Hey Grant, why don't you join one of those teams?
Do I have any votes for polyglot programming?

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Man, looks like such an interesting project. Thank you for pointing me to it!

P.S. Game is looking awesome brother!!

Posted by grant on Oct 28, 2007 at 07:42 AM UTC - 5 hrs

Thanks for that - I'm now working with a team in class on a space shooter. I'll eventually return to Jamaicanmon, but he's on the back burner for the time being.

Posted by Sam on Oct 28, 2007 at 11:23 AM UTC - 5 hrs

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