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Tech Talk: Rust, its FFI, and PAM

abstract: Jesse has been using Rust to write a PAM module. He will tell us about what he has learned about working with Rust, and about getting Rust’s lifetime-checking to mesh with external C functions. bio: Jesse Hallett is a research engineer at Galois. He has extensive experience in web and high-level programming; but has […]

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Tech Talk: Overcoming Problems when Applying Machine Learning to Cybersecurity

abstract: The statistical and algorithmic methods of artificial intelligence have led to impressive breakthroughs that have significantly empowered the domains of finance, marketing, imaging, biology and many others. At the same time, cybersecurity has continued to be a field with more and more advantage going to attackers yet minimal lasting contributions are made from the […]

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Tech Talk: Making GHC work for you

abstract: GHC is a state-of-the-art optimizing compiler that is constantly being improved. But despite all of the hard work by the developers, you occasionally find yourself in need of a feature that GHC does not (yet) support. Luckily for us, GHC does have multiple extension points built into the standard compilation pipeline, in addition to […]

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Tech talk by Philip Wadler

abstract: We present four calculi for gradual typing: λB, based on the blame calculus of Wadler and Findler (2009); λC, based on the coercion calculus of Henglein (1994); and λT and λW, based on the three- some calculi with and without blame of Siek and Wadler (2010). We define translations from λB to λC, from […]

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Tech Talk: Functional programming in Swift

Galois is pleased to host the following tech talk. These talks are open to the interested public–please join us! (There is no need to pre-register for the talk.) abstract: At this year’s WWDC, Apple announced Swift, a new programming language for iOS and OS X development. In this talk, I’d like to give a brief […]

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