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Eff – Language of the Future

September 28th, 2010 09:30 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

This is just a series of blog posts so far, as far as I can tell. But Andrej Bauer’s work has been mentioned here many times, I am finding these posts extremely interesting, and I’m sure I will not be alone. So without further ado…

Programming With Effects. Andrej Bauer and Matija Pretnar.

I just returned from Paris where I was visiting the INRIA ?r² team. It was a great visit, everyone was very hospitable, the food was great, and the weather was nice. I spoke at their seminar where I presented a new programming language eff which is based on the idea that computational effects are algebras. The language has been designed and implemented jointly by Matija Pretnar and myself. Eff is far from being finished, but I think it is ready to be shown to the world. What follows is an extended transcript of the talk I gave in Paris. It is divided into two posts. The present one reviews the basic theory of algebras for a signature and how they are related to computational effects. The impatient readers can skip ahead to the second part, which is about the programming language.

Source: Eff – Language of the Future

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