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
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After a long wait, I happily announce the first open-source release of the Co-dfns compiler. This version provides the features demonstrated at the Dyalog '14 conference in Eastbourne, UK. In particular, it supports the Blackscholes benchmark on GPU and CPU and the ability to easily switch from GPU to CPU
I've been wanting to get increment Co-dfns releases out to the public for a long time. I think that we (Dyalog and myself) have reached a point where we will be able to do this very shortly. This excites me a great deal, since this will enable people to begin