dmd is now 100% open source and licensed under the Boost license. This could mean much greater adoption for the D programming language.
I've spent years learning D for fun, but avoided using it on any projects primarily because of how it was licensed.
@nobody we can even throw away the parens, braces and console.log :)
> const w = x => y => z => x+y+z
@isaacs that's pretty amazing. I've found this on amazon and it seems to have some pretty good reviews -- https://goo.gl/RrkLIr The next step after getting a good pair of these is to test drive them by making an amazing playlist and taking them into some a sensory deprivation chamber / isolation tank
I was searching for bone-conduction products and I came across this fascinating article about how banned western music in the Soviet Union was printed on repurposed X-Ray records -- http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/12/bone-music-xray-music/
Also, bone-conduction is really strange and interesting, there are a bunch of consumer products on the market that actually work -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bone_conduction
@isaacs Your tweet got me here and i thought it was ok. Then i realized that you could toot up to 500 characters which i found pretty impressive, so i decided to write a long winded response to you that exceeded the 140 character limit of twitter.
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