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Apply to attend the Oregon Programming Languages Summer School!

Although the official deadline has passed, I hear there are still a few spots left for the Oregon Programming Languages Summer School (OPLSS), hosted at the University of Oregon in Eugene. This is a really fantastic opportunity to take a … Continue reading

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Back from Baltimore

I’m finally back in Philly after attending ICFP, the Haskell Symposium, and the Haskell Implementors’ Workshop in Baltimore. I enjoyed meeting every person I met, so if I met you please feel free to instantiate the universal quantifier. Here’s a … Continue reading

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Math.Combinatorics.Multiset and Sawada’s algorithm

I’ve uploaded a new version of my Math.Combinatorics.Multiset library (see the previous announcement here). I’ve added a few more fairly simple algorithms (splitting a multiset into two pieces in all possible ways; finding all size-k submultisets of a multiset), and … Continue reading

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Typeclassopedia in Japanese!

Satoshi Nakamura has published a Japanese translation of the Typeclassopedia. I don’t read any Japanese, but it sure looks cool, and I hope this will be a great resource for Japanese learners of Haskell. A big thank you to Satoshi … Continue reading

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