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cyclone blog

(Breaking my own rule immediately...)

There's now a Cyclone blog. Cyclone, if you're just tuning in, is a research project that a professor of mine was involved in. Its main idea is to bring together the low-level memory management of C with the type-safety of a modern language (and throw in a couple of nice features while they're at it, like optional garbage collection ). So the blog is filled with interesting comments on language safety in C -- in fact, learning about Cyclone is where I got my interest in the same area.
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