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Brian Ford

Brian has been working on Rubinius since December 2006 and with Engine Yard since January 2008. He created the RubySpec project to improve the standards for high quality, compliant Ruby implementations. He hopes to see Ruby become an even more widely used language and improved to make lives of developers even better. He also enjoys whisky but will accept a good wine in a pinch.
Baruco 2012
Brian Ford
Grand unification theory: writing and running code
Whether you are using a statically typed or dynamically typed language, there is typically a rigid separation between writing code and running code. Smalltalk environments focused on running code where writing code was actually a function of the running program. However, this approach was usually implemented using a snapshot of a running process th…
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