A great deal of work has gone into this year to improve and expand the capabilities of Co-dfns. The following presentation describes these updates in brief. Co-dfns 2017 Presentation at Dyalog '17 You can find the video recording of this presentation at Dyalog TV.
The following is an interview that I was asked to give about my upcoming LambdaConf workshop. I have reproduced it here because it has been removed from the original host location. Aaron Hsu Interview Aaron Hsu will be giving a talk. He will be speaking about Functional Array Funhouse Intensive.
Release Page This is a pretty small but significant release. We've cleaned up a few things, added the last missing primitives, improved output a bit, and begun the work towards recursion and branching. Regressions Currently Windows is the only tested environment Currently only NVIDIA backend is fully functional Some functions
For those who are interested in getting an intensive experience with Modern, Functional Array Programming with Co-dfns, APL, and Dyalog, consider attending my 6-hour intensive 1 day workshop at Lambda Conf 2017. LambdaConf is a functional programming conference, with 80 sessions covering functional programming, category theory, libraries, new languages, and
I was enjoying some pizza the other day with some buddies that know a bit about my research and understand where I am coming from with regards to my own computing aesthetics. They understand that I have always pushed for the smallest code that I can get, and to simplify
https://github.com/arcfide/Co-dfns/releases/tag/v2016.11.1 Welcome to the November release of Co-dfns! This release focuses mostly on improving the Caching API for non-APL interfaces as well as expanding the feature coverage of the compiler and also includes numerous fixes. What's New Fixed a bug in