I wrote the Tcl Tutor package, the BOOK Tcl/Tk for Real Programmers , and BOOK: Tcl/Tk: A Developer's Guide which is really the second edition of Tcl/Tk fRP. I wrote a bi-monthly Tcl/Tk column (The Tclsh Spot) for ;login: magazine [L1 ] for a few years. Summaries and code from "Tclsh Spot" articles are online at: http://www.noucorp.com/Tcl/login [L2 ]
More recently I finished BOOK: Tcl/Tk: A Developer's Guide 3'd Edition, with coverage of TclOO and threading.
In 2017, I wrote A Linux Shell Scripting book for PacktPub[L3 ]. This is officially a generic Linux book, but, I snuck in some discussion on Expect and Fossil.
I provide Tcl/Tk consulting and training through Noumena Corporation [L4 ], and specialize in web and manufacturing/test applications (or anything with Tcl under the hood.)
In July 2003, I chaired Tcl'2003, the 10th Tcl/Tk Conference. Not being clever enough to get out while I could, I've continued to help organize the 2004 - 2017 (and counting) conferences.
I helped organize the Tcl Community Association.
I mentored students in Google Summer of Code 2008 and 2009, and taught Tcl/Tk at Eastern Michigan University and Grinnell College.
Some of my informal Tcl/Tk projects live at http://www.cwflynt.com
LV Clif, over on the load page there is a reference to http://noucorp.com/Tcl/utilities and an extension called dlopen. Today (Oct 29, 2008) that URL doesn't appear to work. Is that code still available?
Clif Flynt The code is still available. I just fixed the links. The site got reworked when I upgraded servers a few years ago.
drkoru - 2017-05-13 17:41:37
Clif, would you happen to know the URL for editTables package sources? (see Tcl Conf. 2012, p.129)
The editTables package is available at http://www.noucorp.com/Tcl/utilities [L5 ] (2021-01-30: link is broken, seems like the whole site is gone; package isn't available through Internet Archive's Wayback Machine. 2021-02-01: site is back.)