Hide
Scraps
RSS
Showing all entries tagged with: Presentations

Welcome to a brief explanation of history

17th September 2019

History, as you might know, is of course the GNU History Library. It is a utility that allows us to read, repeat, and track the commands we run in our shells. Apparently a lot of people feel really strongly about history, so I’ve added some quotes in this article to underline how nice of a feature this is.

A library is the delivery room for the birth of ideas, a place where history comes to life.

  • Norman…


Meta-programming in Nim - FOSDEM talk companion post

5th February 2019

This article is intended as a companion to the lightning talk I held at FOSDEM 2019. If you haven't seen the talk yet the official recording from the FOSDEM site is embeded below (if you want you can also grab the slides for this presentation on that site).


Presentation on Functional programming

18th March 2017

Recently I held a presentation on functional programming at the University of Tromsø. The presentation was meant as an introduction to the concepts of the paradigm and some of the ideas behind it. It also contains a short section on how the data structures that facilitate the immutable state collections without copying everything. The entire presentation was done in one hour. As I habitually didn't write any notes for what I was going to say…


Powered by CouchCMS