.NET Rocks! - Simon Peyton Jones on Haskell and Functional Programming
Carl and Richard chat with Simon Peyton Jones about his work with Haskell and functional programming. Along the way you'll hear about his other projects at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, England.
- Simon Peyton Jones a researcher at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, England. He is also an Honorary Professor of the Computing Science Department at Glasgow University. Simon is interested in the design, implementation, and application of lazy functional languages, spending most of his time on the design and implementation of the language Haskell. Much of his work is focused around the Glasgow Haskell Compiler, and its ramifications.
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