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Elm-lang’s blog:

Rundis blog (Elm + Haskell):

LambdaCat blog (mostly Emacs + Elm but aslo Idris, Purescript, Phoenix, …):

  • Trouble LambdaCat is a blog which explains visually and succinctly interesting/useful/cool Functional Programming tidbits.
  • Link:

Luke’s blog:

Ossi Hanhinen’s blog (Elm + Elixir):

Ricardo García Vega’s blog (Elm + Elixir):


Scott Wlaschin’s F# for fun and profit:

Sergey Tihon’s blog:

Tomas Petricek’s blog:

David Raab’s blog:

Scott Wlaschin’s F# Consulting:

Zach Bray’s blog:

Did it with .NET, Dustin Campbell’s blog:

Ross McKinlay’s blog:

Gustavo Guerra’s blog:

Rash’s blog:

Mavnn’s blog:

Luketopia’s blog:

Computer Science, Mathematics and Programming in general

Twisted Oak Studios, Craig Gidney’s blog:

Bret Victor, Purveyor of impossible dreams:

Edwin Brady’s blog (Idris):

Mike Hadlow’s blog:

Yet Another Language Geek, Wes Dyer’s blog:

Shtetl-Optimized, The Blog of Scott Aaronson:

  • Quantum computers are not known to be able to solve NP-complete problems in polynomial time, and can be simulated classically with exponential slowdown.
  • Link:

Probably Done Before, The Blog of Daniel Eklund:

Math ∪ Code, The Blog of Sahand Saba:


The Blog of Pablo Castellano:

Kuznero Blog:


Dynamics CRM in the Field, MSDN blog:

Dynamics CRM Tools, Tanguy’s blog:

Microsoft Lystavlen - the Office 365 and CRM Online, Jesper Osgaard’s blog:

Girish Raja’s blog:

PowerObjects’s blog:

Adxstudio, Shan McArthur’s blog:

Surviving CRM, Jukka Niiranen’s blog:

Henrik Jensen’s blog:

AnjepIT, Anders Jeppesen’s blog:

Gold Coast’s blog:

  • Over the years, this blog has been about many different things related to software development with Microsoft technologies. Since my current role focuses on Dynamics CRM / XRM, that’s what it’s primarily about right now.
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Jim Wang’s blog: