The June 16th Galois Tech Talk will be delivered by Trevor Elliott, titled “Orc in Haskell.”
- Date: Tuesday, June 16th, 2009
- Time: 10:30am – 11:30am
- Location: Galois, Inc.421 SW 6th Ave. Suite 300(3rd floor of the Commonwealth Building)Portland, OR 97204
Abstract: Concurrency is difficult to realize successfully. The Orc language tackles this problem by introducing explicit concurrency as part of its core. It presents a clean, and somewhat monadic, style of programming that should look familiar to Haskell users. I will give a quick introduction to the Orc language, using several examples to motivate its use. Following this introduction, a monadic Haskell embedding of the major features will be presented, bringing a type system to Orc.Bio: Trevor Elliott is a member of the technical staff at Galois, Inc. His interests center around functional programming, and the effective use of type systems.Slides are available for download.Update: the source is now available on Hackage (though changed from the version presented at this talk).
Galois has been holding weekly technical seminars for several years on topics from functional programming, formal methods, compiler and language design, to cryptography, and operating system construction, with talks by many figures from the programming language and formal methods communities. The talks are open and free. An RSVP is not required, but feel free to contact the organizer with questions and comments.