Thursday, 31 March 2011

The new website is live

The rebuilt Vector website is now in production, with a thorough reworking of the archive, and a new search tool.

It has its own blog, so this is the last post to this one. If you’ve been subscribing to this RSS feed, go to

and add the new feed to your RSS aggregator.

Stephen Taylor

Monday, 29 November 2010

No stinking loops

Out now on Vector: Stevan Apter, one of the programmers Jeffry Borror refers to as “the q gods”, kicks off his new column No Stinking Loops with “Treetable: a case study in q

Sunday, 21 November 2010

Out now on Vector

Six new articles posted:

The view from Berlin Roving reporter Mike Hughes sends us a postcard from APL2010. Devon McCormick shares his notes with us. Graeme Robertson offers a personal view. Vibeke Ulmann tells us what she liked best.

Chairman’s report 2010 BAA chairman Paul Grosvenor reviews the year.

Remembering Eugene McDonnell Roger Hui celebrates the late APL pioneer and Vector columnist

Friday, 17 September 2010

Vector 24, Nos 2 & 3

Vector 24, Nos 2&3, a bumper double issue, is in the post to subscribers.

Monday, 13 September 2010

APL2000 announces APL+Win 10

Version 10 provides more speed, support for larger workspaces and larger arrays enabling a whole new level of performance

Rockville, MD – September 13, 2010 --- APLNow LLC announced today the release of APL+WIN Version 10. This latest version of their popular APL+WIN product, an implementation of the APL application programming language product for the Windows platform, offers breakthrough performance improvements through faster overall execution speed, support for larger workspaces and larger arrays. Additional enhancements included in this version enable multi-thread processing, provide an application recovery tool and enhance the error handling and debugging processes.

Highlights of APL+WIN V10 include:
• Scalar and array operations run 30% to 50% faster
• Workspaces as large as 2.6 GB on 32 bit PCs and 3.6 GB on 64-bit PCs
• Support for a 10-fold increase in array size
• New APLSupervisor enabling concurrent execution on multi-core machines
• New and enhanced error handling, debugging facility and control structures

For information:
Contact: Sonia Beekman at
Phone: 301-208-7150

Sunday, 29 August 2010