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November 6, 2012

New Month’s Resolutions: November 2012

Review of my past month’s resolutions:

- Give a talk about programming languages in Javascript [complete] see video (Spanish)
- Give a talk about Node.js/ realtime web applications[complete] see post (Spanish)
- Work on PythonSharp [complete] see repo
- Work on AjTalk for Java [pending]
- Work on AjConsorSite [partial] only demo and meetings
- Work on GameServer [partial] only demo and meetings

Additionally, I worked on:

- My Node samples [complete] see repo
- Cellular automata (Javascript/Node.js) [complete] see repo
- Minor improvements in AjTalkJs and AjLispJs
- Started my Basic Script (for Javascript/Node.js) [complete] see repo
- Started my port of AjGroups (finite groups) to Javascript/Node.js
[complete] see repo

For this new month:

- Work on PythonSharp
- Give a talk about Implementing Python at PyCon 2012 (Argentina)
- Work on AjTalk for Java
- Work on AjTalk for Javascript
- Work on BasicScript (I want to use it in an example for my GameServer project)
- Start .md pages Java tutorial (Spanish)
- Start .md pages Node.js tutorial

Keep tuned!

Angel “Java” Lopez


  1. It is really good to follow a personal backlog, very nice Don Angel ;)

    Comment by Sebastian Ballarati (@SBallarati) — November 6, 2012 @ 6:38 pm

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