I have been using Tcl on and off since 1995. I can be reached via email at todd at maplefish dot com
Here is my programming language progression(1987 to May 2006): C/Unix -> C/Unix & Forth -> C/Unix -> Clipper -> C/Unix -> Awk & C -> Perl & C -> Tcl & C -> C++ -> Java & Tcl -> Python -> C/Unix -> Tcl -> Visual C++ & Tcl -> Tcl -> C++/Unix & Tcl -> Visual C++ & Tcl (for test tools) -> Standard ML -> Tcl -> Perl & C -> Mozart/Oz (sort of) -> Perl/PDQ -> Tcl -> gawk -> ksh93 -> Tcl
Tcl can play a part in analyzing computer systems performance: PDQ with Tcl.
Working on EFX Content Management System.
I am looking for a good minimal (wish based debugger). Wdebug is a 200 line late-night (unfinished) attempt at a such a beast.
Do you have List Comprehension envy?
When is a wiki code snippet too big to be a wiki code snippet (and should be placed elsewhere?). I dunno, try Config File Parser.
I'm discovering the joys of PostgreSQL after MySQL pains.
Here is a stab at emulating Closures in Tcl.
Tcl/Java/Jython/C -- oh my! TclBlend Roux
I like Jython quite a bit, but its a higher-level language (alternative) to Java, not a Java scripting language.
If I have to start using Java again, I need to collect some TclJava Tricks.
Paul Graham reject my solution to Accumulator Generators.
Tcl vs CplusPlus is a pointless rant. Or is it?
Street Programming is what makes Tcl so special.
Pondering a Macro Facility for Tcl.
Iterator using Closures is for the twisted.
The Bob the Builder song... can't get it out of my head (help me).
A slight diversion: Mancala.
Company: Re-route Inc. has been acquired. I have moved on...
Experimenting with making Tcl safer (type safer) with Eiffel-like Invariants
It's been a while since I've posted here. Been living in the land of Perl for a while. I really should capture some comparative thoughts here. Like...
POE is Tcl?