Implementing Stack Oriented Languages – Part 4

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Implementing Stack Oriented Languages

Strings and Variable So far we’ve added lots of stack operations and a couple I/O routines with the KEY and EMIT keywords. At the moment if we wanted to write a simple “Hello World” application we would need to place each character on the stack and pop them off using the EMIT keyword. This is

An Introduction to Graph Algorithms

An Introduction to Graph Algorithms
This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series An Introduction to Graph Algorithms

This post marks the first in a series of posts I will complete on graph algorithms. The code will be python however, I will write the code very verbosely so it will be easily ported to your favorite programming language. I will assume you have some programming skills but are still a novice or that

Implementing Stack Oriented Languages – Part 3

Implementing Stack Oriented Languages – Part 3
This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Implementing Stack Oriented Languages

Before we move on to adding more features to our language, I think it is high time we combine our disparate parts into a single entity.

Graph Walking Made Easy!

Newbie Developers, especially those who are self-taught, often struggle with graph algorithms. I recently helped a young man on slack get a handle on the subject and I thought I would share my insights with those of you who lack the ability to write breadth-first search (BFS) and depth-first search (DFS) algorithms from scratch. Knowing

Implementing Stack Oriented Languages

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Implementing Stack Oriented Languages

TLDR; Warning long post While most software developers have heard of Structural, Imperative, Object-Oriented, Prototypal, and Functional programming paradigms, and the language types that support them. Few have heard of Stack Oriented Programming even though it’s been around for quite some time. while this seemingly obscure programming construct is out of the norm for most

Deploying Flask on ISPConfig/Apache

I was asked the other day to deplay a flask site on an Ubuntu 18.04 server running Apache2 and managed using ISPConfig 3.x. ISPConfig is great for adding sites and managing simple hosting services. However, for developers who often need special access to the console and special features it often seems to get in the