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Towards a new programming languages course: ideas welcome!

tl;dr: This fall, I will be teaching an undergraduate PL course, with a focus on practical language design principles and tools. Feedback, questions, assignments you can share with me, etc. are all most welcome! This fall, I will be teaching … Continue reading

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CCSC-Midsouth conference and programming contest

I’m in Memphis (again!) this weekend attending the 2016 CCSC Midsouth Regional Conference, which also has a student programming contest attached. I’m very proud of the two teams from Hendrix, who placed first and fifth out of 17 teams. This … Continue reading

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In defense of drawing by coding

Just some half-baked thoughts in repsonse to Bret Victor’s talk, Drawing Dynamic Visualizations (along with his addendum here). As usual, it is a fun and inspiring talk, so if you haven’t seen it I highly recommend it; but I will … 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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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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Typed type-level programming in Haskell, part IV: collapsing types and kinds

In Part III, we saw how the current state of the art in Haskell type-level programming leaves some things to be desired: it requires duplicating both data declarations and code, and even worse, it’s untyped. What to do? Currently, GHC’s … Continue reading

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