Summer in Cambridge

Today was my last full day in Philadelphia for a little while (spent very enjoyably at the US’s first zoo and our favorite local pizzeria and brewery). Tomorrow evening I’m flying to the UK, where I’ll be spending three months in Cambridge doing a research internship with Simon Peyton-Jones. I’ll write more specifics about the stuff I’m working on as the summer progresses, but for now suffice it to say that I will be continuing a long tradition of making Haskell as dependently typed as possible without actually making it dependently typed. If you will be in Cambridge at any point this summer or live nearby and want to meet up, let me know!

About Brent

Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Hendrix College. Functional programmer, mathematician, teacher, pianist, follower of Jesus.
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2 Responses to Summer in Cambridge

  1. Magnus says:

    I hope you enjoy your stay here in Cambridge!

  2. Edward Kmett says:

    Bah! Wrong Cambridge! I had my hopes up.

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