Prolog’s Death

Prolog’s Death August 21, 2010 Posted by Andre Vellino in Artificial Intelligence, Logic, Logic Programming. trackback Maarten van Emden just posted a terrific and authoritative account of one episode in the history of Prolog under…

Introducing GitHub Package Registry

Today, we’re excited to introduce GitHub Package Registry, a package management service that makes it easy to publish public or private packages next to your source code. GitHub Package Registry is fully integrated with GitHub,…

Uber opens at a disappointing $42 per share

At long last, it’s lift-off for Uber. After pricing its initial public offering at $45 per share, at the bottom end of the range it set previously, to raise $8.1 billion, the transportation startup began…

Libmill: Go-Style Concurrency in C

libmill Go-style concurrency in C Libmill is a library that introduces Go-style concurrency to C. It can execute up to 20 million coroutines and 50 million context switches per second. Go C go foo(arg1, arg2,…

Google is bringing Electronic IDs to Android

The last day of Google’s developer conference tends not to have any news, but this year was a little overloaded. Google announced today that it’s working on bringing Electronic IDs to Android. Separately, the company…