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More articles by Ted Neward

Author Bio
Ted Neward is a Principal Consultant with ThoughtWorks, a global consulting firm focusing on .NET, Java and Ruby enterprise development. He is an internationally recognized speaker, instructor, consultant, and mentor and spends a great deal of time these days focusing on languages and execution engines such as the JVM and CLR.
For CoDe Magazine | May 28, 2009
Writing software is hard, particularly when the tools you use force you to think at too low a level. At that point, it’s time to start thinking about changing the way you write code…by making it easier to write code.
For Devx Special Reports | February 24, 2009
With JSR-166y, Java 7 will get a new way of structuring concurrent programming known as the fork/join framework. Find out how (and when) to use it.
For CoDe Magazine | October 13, 2008
F#, the latest member of the Visual Studio family of languages, offers some enticing advantages over C# and Visual Basic, stemming from its functional-object fusion nature.
For Java Zone | August 3, 2007
Some pervasive myths about running Java applications on multi-core systems are misleading developers, and it's time to shine the bright light of truth on these falsehoods.
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