José Calderón is interviewed by Niki Vazou and Wouter Swierstra. José has been working on functional programming at Galois and University of Maryland. He tells us about his research background in many different continents, his experience with teaching compilers, the relation between music and functional programming and the “Recursive Programming Techniques” book that in the 1970s captured the essence of functional programming.
Oh, I know him from “What about the natural numbers?”. I love that talk. I still hope Haskell will move more into that direction.
Great episode! Thanks!
FYI: The episode is missing a
link in the RSS feed.
Fixed, I hope. And this second sentence is to please the forum.
is the blog about Recursive Programming Techniques online somewhere?