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* Chris Casinghino is contemplating giving a short talk on what arity-genericity is and why he wants to add it to replib.
 
* Chris Casinghino is contemplating giving a short talk on what arity-genericity is and why he wants to add it to replib.
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* Gershom Bazerman is up for a short talk on some known but not widely known techniques for deserializing monotyped data into arbitrarily typed values. I could also speak on jmacro, or if people are interested, a cute technique for numerical solutions to differential equations based on lazy splines.

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If you'd like to give a talk, announce it here; tell us your name, the title of the talk, a short description. Please also let us know if you won't be attending Saturday afternoon and want to present at some other time.

  • Edward Kmett is willing to give a short talk on reverse-mode automatic differentiation, finger-trees or practical parallel parsing, and will be present Saturday afternoon.
  • Chris Casinghino is contemplating giving a short talk on what arity-genericity is and why he wants to add it to replib.
  • Gershom Bazerman is up for a short talk on some known but not widely known techniques for deserializing monotyped data into arbitrarily typed values. I could also speak on jmacro, or if people are interested, a cute technique for numerical solutions to differential equations based on lazy splines.