Types and Programming Languages (2002)

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  • unison

    Unison file synchronizer (by bcpierce00)

    Unison is definitely very cool. I used it myself for a work thing and it was quite useful. I'm just surprised every time I go back to https://github.com/bcpierce00/unison/issues/375 and see the wire protocol still doesn't has been fixed to work across different versions.

  • logical_verification_2020

    Companion files for Logical Verification 2020–2021 at VU Amsterdam

    A recent book in the same vein: The Hitchhiker's Guide to Logical Verification

    https://github.com/blanchette/logical_verification_2020

    This is a tipping point work making the case that type theory is like a musician reading sheet music. Sure, the Beatles couldn't, but... Anyone developing a new programming language should understand languages at the level of Lean, even if the common uses of their constructs aren't theorem proving. The analogies are mind-blowing. Monadic parsing is the same thing as meta-programming tactics? I'm still wrapping my head arond that one.

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