A couple of years ago, I wrote an article about extensible programming systems, which I believe are the Next Big Thing in programming. I’ve had a few pings about this recently, so I thought I’d post my current link collection:
- The Wikipedia entry (no idea who wrote it)
- The Slashdot discussion (which has /.’s usual signal-to-noise ratio)
- The CodeGeneration Network interview (nice pic)
- Eric Van Wyk‘s home page (he’s part of a UMN group doing extensible languages)
- Mark Levison, M. David Peterson, Robert Pickering, Scott Hanselman, and Ted Leung
- Reid Spencer’s Extensible Programming System (many broken links)
- Burns et al’s eXtensible Programming Language
- The Extensible Programming Language project at SourceForge (looks dead)
- A (rather theoretical) slideshow by Sameer Sundresh of UIUC.
If you know of others, I’d welcome pointers.