Ben is a largely self disciplined programmer. His zest to find solutions and unfettered methodology lend familiarity to existing language paradigms including the procedural C, C# and ActionScript 3; the functional F# and Caml; and most recently Python and Ruby. Ben has applied his functionality first philosophy to embedded software and theatre electrics as well as the bread & butter workstation and server projects for IT support industry clientele. Ben is currently designing a parallel functional language he describes as “the language I wish I’d learned” which will debut on the .Net CLR; and also hopes to, in time, publish a cogent quantum physics handbook.
- Can You Hack Your Own Site? A Look at Some Essential Security ConsiderationsTwice a month, we revisit some of our readers’ favorite posts from throughout the history of Nettuts+. This tutorial was first published in July, 2008. Version one goes gold! Visitors are landing from every corner of the globe. You know there are likely to be a few teething problems; I mean, this is 18.104.22.168... all those zeroes are meant to allow us a little grace, right?Read More…