The F# Journal just published an article about genetic programming:
"In 1986, Richard Dawkins published a book called the Blind Watchmaker about evolution that included a program that was intended to demonstrate evolutionary algorithms running on a computer. The program proved contentious. This article looks at an F# implementation of the program and considers some variations of it to address people's objections to the original..."
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Why does Java still feel bloated nowadays compared to other languages with garbage collection? - "We were after the C++ programmers. We managed to drag a lot of them about halfway to Lisp." -- Guy Steele. The fundamental problem with Java is that Lisp ...
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