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Type Theory Forall Podcast #13 - C/C++, Emacs, Haskell, and Coq. The Journey (John Wiegley)
3 projects | reddit.com/r/ProgrammingLanguages | 23 Dec 2021
Some other examples, Google has some people using Coq for hardware synthesis silveroak, there is a paper on using Coq for verifying some data structure at Facebook/Meta this year at CPP.
There's an ongoing effort to rewrite Principia Mathematica using Coq
5 projects | reddit.com/r/math | 3 Dec 2021
There are ongoing research projects about that, you may want to have a look at Kôika (https://github.com/mit-plv/koika), Kami (https://github.com/mit-plv/kami), Lutsig (https://github.com/CakeML/hardware) and silveroak (https://github.com/project-oak/silveroak). Closer to HLS there is also Vericert (https://github.com/ymherklotz/vericert). There may be other research project I am unaware of, feel free to add them in a reply, I am interested in it.
We Need Simpler Types (speculations on what can be improved in future type systems and on erasing the boundaries between types and values)
2 projects | reddit.com/r/ProgrammingLanguages | 14 Sep 2022
https://github.com/ligurio/practical-fm Look for Coq, Agda, Idris, MS - F*.
Formal Verification Methods in industry
4 projects | reddit.com/r/compsci | 31 Jan 2022
When you say "formal verification methods", what kind of techniques are you interested in? While using interactive theorem provers will most likely not become very widespread, there are plenty of tools that use formal techniques to give more correctness guarantees. These tools might give some guarantees, but do not guarantee complete functional correctness. WireGuard (VPN tunnel) is I think a very interesting application where they verified the protocol. There are also some tools in use, e.g. Mythril and CrossHair, that focus on detecting bugs using symbolic execution. There's also INFER from Facebook/Meta which tries to verify memory safety automatically. The following GitHub repo might also interest you, it lists some companies that use formal methods: practical-fm
What are some alternatives?
magmide - A dependently-typed proof language intended to make provably correct bare metal code possible for working software engineers.
ouroboros-high-assurance - High-assurance implementation of the Ouroboros protocol family
koika - A core language for rule-based hardware design 🦑
vericert - A formally verified high-level synthesis tool based on CompCert and written in Coq.
timewinder - Temporal Logic of Actions Modeling for Python
CommunityModules - TLA+ snippets, operators, and modules contributed and curated by the TLA+ community
hacl-star - HACL*, a formally verified cryptographic library written in F*