I’ve collated the tremendous set of links sent in covering the assigned coursework topics. Thank you all, especially those who sent in multiple suggestions for each one. Many of these were new to me and these cover a great range of different types of material. Read the blog post to see the links.Read more
Rupert Smith on “Elm: Taming the Wild West Web using Functional Programming”, 7pm Tuesday 9 October at The Outhouse, 12A Broughton Street Lane. This is the monthly meetup of EdLambda, an Edinburgh group for people interested in functional programming. APL students are very welcome to come along.Read more
Tuesday 9 October is Ada Lovelace Day and the University of Edinburgh is hosting a series of events in the King’s Buildings.Read more
PLInG is an informal meeting series for Informatics students and staff interested in programming languages. The next meeting is on Thursday, tomorrow, and we’ll hear from those just back from last week’s International Conference on Functional Programming in St. Louis.Read more
This is the course website for Advances in Programming Languages (APL). Thanks for visiting.
If you are interested in joining the course then please come along to the first lecture, at 1610 on Monday 17 September in Lecture Theatre LG.11 of the David Hume Tower. There’s no need to enrol beforehand, just turn up on the day.
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