Literate Programming, Programming, Emacs

My Literate Programming Commitment

From now on, I make the commitment that everything new I will produce is literate programming code.

The Open Source Revolution

For about a decade, we are experiencing a kind of Open Source revolution with the rise of Git (and all its free online hosting services such as GitHub, BitBucket and GitLab). At the same time the tech Juggernaut like Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Baidu, Twitter and probably all others are increasing their commitment to release several of their internal projects as open source software. There is also a myriad of young and vibrant communities that get created around new programming languages such as Clojure, Scala, R and many others. More and more code is available to people to look at and for developers to use.

My company Structured Dynamics and I are participants of that movement for more than fifteen years, producing open source software, ontologies, datasets and participating into other open source projects by fixing bugs and adding functionalities.

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