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Name: Charles Esterbrook
Member since: 2001-04-10 04:41:38
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Homepage: http://cobra-language.com/

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I'm the author of the
Cobra Programming Language
which is open source under
the MIT license.

I haven't been blogging here, but I do some href=http://cobralang.blogspot.com/>blogging on Cobra.

I'm available for independent contracting. I can and
have done WUI, GUI, SQL, modeling and simulation, AI,
Linux admin and more.

I'm the founder and former BDFL of another open source
project,
href=http://webware.sourceforge.net/>Webware for Python.
That project lives on with a new BDFL, Christoph Zwerschke.
I don't know how to pronounce his last name either, but he
is a very smart and capable guy.

I have been published on the topic of Python in the
April 2001 Linux Journal and at the 9th International Python
conference:

Using
Mix-ins with Python

href="http://webware.sourceforge.net/Papers/IntroToWebware.html">Introd
uction
to Webware

I just realized this page is more informative than my
almost non-existant home page at
href=http://chuckesterbrook.com/>ChuckEsterbrook.com.

Are you interested in your future?

You can also learn more about me href=http://www.chucknorrisfacts.com/>here.

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Cobra 0.9.2 is released.

This point release has 30 refinements and fixes. Enjoy.

Cobra runs on .NET 2.0+ and Mono 2.6+. A JVM back-end is underway.

Cobra is a community-driven, open source project under the MIT license.

The newly released Cobra 0.9 provides language refinements, library additions, new samples, new koans, an improved @help directive and expanded documentation. Of course, plenty of bugs have been squashed and locked out with an expanded test suite. See the official release notes for full details.

Cobra runs on .NET 2.0+ and Mono 2.6+. A JVM back-end is underway.

Cobra is a community-driven, open source project under the MIT license.

A new version of the Cobra programming language, dubbed "Cobra 2010-10-18", has been released. This new version has several additions and refinements to both the language and the libraries. There have also been numerous fixes.

Release notes have been posted to the discussion forums and the downloads are ready.

The "How To" and "Sample" programs on the web site (and included in the release) have been expanded and updated.

A new version of the Cobra programming language, dubbed "Cobra 2010-04-02", has been released. This new version has several additions and refinements to both the language and the libraries. There have also been numerous fixes.

Release notes have been posted to the discussion forums and the downloads are ready.

The "How To" and "Sample" programs on the web site (and included in the release) have been expanded and updated.

The Cobra April 2009 Update has been posted and Release 2009-04-30 was recently made. It features the usual round of improvements such as refinements to the language, more library conveniences and the occasional bug fix. Also, the installer is more robust.

See the update for full details.

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