In June I dedicated a column to the nascent technology of green computing, which includes green hardware design and the revolutionary concept of green programming. Lo and behold, a couple of weeks ago, Andrew Binstock wrote a column on SD Times titled "Greener Pastures for Development".
Binstock doesn't use the phrase green programming but means exactly that: "[a]n interesting aspect of this
emerging consciousness of wasting energy is that it will have a discernible
effect on programming. Developers will no longer be able to poll whenever they
want, but instead will have to decide what is the minimum level of activity
they can manage." In simpler words, stop using inefficient programming idioms (and languages) under the
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