Angel \”Java\” Lopez on Blog

December 3, 2013

End Of Iteration 2013w48

Filed under: Iteration, JavaScript, NodeJs, Open Source Projects, Ruby, RubySharp — ajlopez @ 4:35 pm

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Talk about Implementing Ruby

I gave a talk at RubyConf Argentina 2013, about implementing Ruby. Slides source at:

To be viewed online at:

It mentioned my work on RubySharp

my Ruby interpreter written in C#. Now, it can access native types and objects, requiring .rb modules or native .dlls.

My Apps

I updated the repo of my dynamic apps application (Node.js)

I should add MongoDB as first persistence implementation.


I published 0.0.3 version:

The new feature: a “peek” function, to look at the next token, without removing it.

I added the new feature to grammar (my Ruby interpreter in JavaScript).

Other works:

– Update SimpleYaml to support real numbers

– Test refactor of CobolScript

– Update ClojScript to Visual Studio 2010

And I was working on two non-public projects.

This new week will be dedicated to some JavaScript projects and ideas, and to give a one-day course of Node.js

Keep tuned!

Angel “Java” Lopez


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