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ICFP roundup

ICFP 2016 in Nara, Japan was a blast. Here are a few of my recollections. The Place Although I was a coathor on an ICFP paper in 2011, when it was in Tokyo, I did not go since my son … Continue reading

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Meeting people at ICFP in Nara

In less than 24 hours I’m getting on a plane to Japan (well, technically, Dallas, but I’ll get to Japan eventually). As I did last year, I’m making an open offer here: leave a comment on this post, and I … Continue reading

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ICFP roundup

Well, ICFP 2015 in Vancouver is already two months in the past… I’ve been meaning for a while to write a post reflecting on the experience. Better late than never! The Place I had never been to Vancouver before; it … Continue reading

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Ally Skills Tutorial at ICFP

I just signed up for the Ally Skills Tutorial at ICFP, and if you are (1) a man who (2) will be at ICFP in Vancouver, I encourage you to sign up, too! From the website: The Ally Skills Tutorial … Continue reading

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FARM 2013: call for demonstration proposals

Do you enjoy writing beautiful code to produce beautiful artifacts? Have something cool to show off at the intersection of functional programming and visual art, music, sound, modeling, visualization, or design? The deadline for submitting a paper has passed, but … Continue reading

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Workshop on Functional Art, Music, Modeling and Design

I’m helping organize a new workshop, FARM, to be held in Boston this September (right after ICFP). Many readers of this blog may have already seen the announcement, but I thought it worth saying a bit more about it here, … Continue reading

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Binders Unbound

Stephanie Weirich, Tim Sheard and I recently submitted a paper to ICFP entitled Binders Unbound. (You can read a draft here.) It’s about our kick-ass, I mean, expressive and flexible library, unbound (note: GHC 7 required), for generically dealing with … Continue reading

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