Swarm virtual hackathon

This Wednesday, December 14, we will have the first (annual? monthly? probably somewhere in between…) Swarm swarm, i.e. collaborative virtual hackathon. Details can be found here on the Swarm wiki.

As a reminder, Swarm is a 2D, open-world programming and resource gathering game, implemented in Haskell, with a strongly-typed, functional programming language and a unique upgrade system. Unlocking language features is tied to collecting resources, making it an interesting challenge to bootstrap your way into the use of the full language.

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Associate Professor of Computer Science at Hendrix College. Functional programmer, mathematician, teacher, pianist, follower of Jesus.
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