Daily Archives: March 7, 2012

New Month’s Resolutions: March 2012

First, a review of my February resolutions:

– Implements first ADO.NET commands in AjBase (in memory database) complete
– Implements Id and read/write properties in AjCoRe (simple Content Repository) complete
– Start to write AjComprobantes, a simple PHP app (in Spanish) using AjFwkPhp complete
– Prepare a presentation about programming languages (to give at local Microsoft User Group on March) complete
– Give a presentation about AjLisp in Ruby at Ruby Buenos Aires Meetup complete
– Prepare a presentation about Clojure (I hope to give it at local Java group on March) partial
– Write a REPL in my AjLisp in Ruby complete
– More coding on AjContab (I should decide if I will do it on PHP or .NET version) pending
– Templates in AjGenesis in Ruby pending
– Add first object support in AjRools Expert complete
– Add method with parameters in AjLang complete
Post about my work on AjRools complete
– New post about my work on AjLisp in Ruby pending
Post about my work on AjBase complete
– Play with Clojure REPL complete
– Post about Understanding Node.js (first of a series) pending
– Post about Understanding Git (first of a series) pending

Lots of pending! and completes 😉 Key points: prepare the programming languages talk (Javascript on NodeJs, Scala, Clojure, Erlang, Python, Ruby) tooks a lot of time (+- 40hs). So I should review my complex talks time preparation. This month, March, will be dedicated to write code, no talk preparation, no post writing:

– Templates in AjGenesis in Ruby
– Support for flow control in AjLang
– Support for native objects in AjLisp in Java
– First structures, simple matching, simple REPL in AjErl (erlang-like in C#)
– First web site pages in AjContab, simple ASP.NET MVC, with an in-memory domain
– Move AjPython to GitHub, and review internal implementation
– Move AjSudoku to GitHub, and review test, code coverage
– Start internal refactoring AjRools algorithm, towards Rete-like one
– Start form and invoice processing in AjComprobantes

Keep tuned!

Angel “Java” Lopez