The next Boston Haskell meeting will be Thursday, July 26th from 7pm to 9pm
at our usual location, the MIT CSAIL Reading Room (32-G882, which is a room
on the 8th floor of the Gates Tower of the MIT's Stata Center at 32 Vassar
St in Cambridge, MA).
We have two talks planned:
First, Elliot Stern will give a talk on
an implementation of Launchbury's operational semantics for lazy languages.
Second, I will give a talk on "Making de Bruijn succ less," about
a package that takes the pain out of working with de Bruijn indices and
makes it easy to implement fast capture avoiding substitution and
instantiation, including a number of examples.
There will be refreshments (*and pizza*!) provided during the break by my
employer, S&P CapitalIQ, and of course, if you'd like to stick around, a
number of us tend to head down to the CBC <http://www.cambrew.com/> afterwards
If you would like to give a talk or if you have any questions or concerns,
please feel free to email the mailing list here at
email@example.com or contact me personally at ekm...@gmail.com.