Nick Mudge Ignition Software Consulting & Development

I've been coming across a lot of interesting programming items on the web recently. Here are some of them:

Doug Bromley writes about Firebug, YSlow, and MySQL resources.

Babar K. Zafar has a really interesting list of Classic Texts in Computer Science.

Peter Norvig has a good article Teach Yourself Programming in Ten Years.

I noticed that Peter Norvig and Paul Graham both gave the textbook Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs really good reviews on Amazon.com.

Simon Peyton Jones recently did a couple videos about Haskell. Here's a post about it.

I started reading this tutorial Yet Another Haskell Tutorial, by Hal Daumé III, which is really good so far.

I reread Steve Yegge's post Math For Programmers.

More in my del.icio.us account.

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