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Categories for the Working Programmer
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| by Jeremy Gibbons Follow 0 Followers on Feb 26, 2015 |
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Summary
Jeremy Gibbons explains categories, focusing on them as an organizing principle helpful in managing generic libraries.

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Bio

Jeremy Gibbons is Professor of Computing at the University of Oxford, where he is director of the part-time professional master's programme in software engineering. He has been devoted to FP since the late eighties; his particular interests are in patterns in functional programming, in reasoning about programs, in generic programming, and in embedded domain-specific languages.

Code Mesh, the Alternative Programming Conference, focuses on promoting useful non-mainstream technologies to the software industry. The underlying theme is "the right tool for the job", as opposed to automatically choosing the tool at hand. By bringing together users and inventors of different languages and technologies (new and old), speakers will get the opportunity to inspire, to share experience, and to increase insight. Via presentations and case studies, we aim to raise awareness and extend the knowledge of all participants, mainstream and non-main stream users alike.

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