Dyalog Tooling Resources List (LambdaConf Talk 2020)
Here is a list of tooling resources that I mentioned in my recent LambdaConf
2020 talk, with links to documentation
Is APL Dead?
Is APL dead? Not anymore. Changes in modern hardware, business needs, development methods, and our understanding of programming makes APL in its modern state perhaps more relevant and viable than ever before.
Configuring your APL keyboard on Linux
My preferred APL keyboard setup on Linux is as follows:
setxkbmap -layout us,apl -variant ,dyalog -option grp:lswitch
Installing Dyalog APL on Nix
The following repository is a starting point for getting Dyalog APL on Nix OS.
Keep in mind that at the
LambdaConf Tree Manipulation Workshop Videos
The videos for my LambdaConf Tree Manipulation workshop are now online. I was
moving through the workshop pretty quickly, and
ALE: arcfide's line editor
ed(1) meets Emacs implemented in APL, a la Acme. ALE is a line editor that I have created because I can.
Paper is dead, long live Paper Programming
It should come as no surprise to anyone who reads this blog that I love to
program "by hand." I
User Command for Co-dfns
Co-dfns has a new User Command based interface!
Dyalog is hiring!
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Dyalog APL in Jupyter
I just wanted to make a short post mentioning a new repository that has gone
live at Dyalog: