Angel \”Java\” Lopez on Blog

December 17, 2013

End Of Iteration 2013w50

Filed under: AjErl, AjLisp, C Sharp, Iteration, JavaScript, NodeJs, Open Source Projects — ajlopez @ 4:54 pm

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After a series of weeks preparing talks, this week was the exception. No talk, no course to prepare or give. So, I could dedicate the time to code!


I started to refactor the code:

Past week, I migrated the tests to simpleunit. Now, I was splitting a big module in submodules/files, and refactoring the tests to use those modules. I should complete the compilation for browser: the reason to have only one big file was to easy use from browser. Now, I now how to “browserfy” my code.


My Erlang interpreter written in C#:

Past week I added arithmetic operations. Now, I improved the internal implementation, have a better matching, and added more arithmetic operations.

I was working on removing short tags from my PHP projects and

I also worked on three non-public projects, in C#. More fun is coming.

Keep tuned!

Angel “Java” Lopez


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