Pascal-Louis Perez

Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

Thanksgiving (or for some Frenchgiving) being upon us, it’s time for a different kind of recipe. You’ll need 2 Butternut squash 3 Scallions 1 Celery 3 Carrots Vegetable broth Olive oil, salt, pepper Optionally sour cream and pine nuts Peel and cut the butternut squash in pieces. Place them on a griddle and put them […]

November 28, 2009

Julien Wetterwald

Parsing Java annotations

At kaChing, we are on a 5-minute commit-to-production cycle. To achieve this extreme iteration cycle, we are running a series of very fast analyses on our code base. From discovering bad code snippets to detecting missing Guice‘s bindings, these tests strive to catch common mistakes due to distracted developers, new hires or bad APIs. As […]

November 19, 2009

Eishay Smith

The Crunchie award

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November 18, 2009

Pascal-Louis Perez

Closure Compiler: Type Checking JavaScript, an overview

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November 14, 2009

Pascal-Louis Perez

Magic with shell

Today was one of those days where you wear a big smile all day. I started with some Java for breakfast, continued with a bit of Python, and then got roped in on a red card. (Tonight I’ll get back to JavaScript experimentations.) We use Interactive Brokers for all of our execution, and love their […]

November 13, 2009

Pascal-Louis Perez

Closure Compiler: Checking Types

Last week, Google open sourced the Closure Compiler. Jared and I were working on this compiler during our time at on the Gmail team, and you can imagine how happy we were to see this fantastic tool out. My main contribution to the project was the design and implementation of the type system. To use […]

November 12, 2009