Monad Confusion and the Blurry Line Between Data and Computation

Efficient Simulation through Linear Algebra

Certifying Interpreters in Racket

Issue #260



Hope you had a nice weekend. I spent most of my Sunday cooking. One day, I will master how to make pizza dough. One... damn... day.
Anyway I'm in a bit of a rush this morning; have a call in 24 mins and want to try to get this out before that, so here's the issue. Also I'll do the research paper tomorrow.


Monad Confusion and the Blurry Line Between Data and Computation

Published: 15 August 2022
Tags: functional, haskell

Micah Cantor explains monads through the lens of first class functions as data.


Efficient Simulation through Linear Algebra

Published: 12 August 2022
Tags: julia, math

Martin Thoresen walks through implementing linear system solver in Julia for material simulations.


Certifying Interpreters in Racket

Published: 14 August 2022
Tags: racket

Kristopher Micinski implements a certifying interpreter in Racket.

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