Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2020

schedule

Minimalistic, Experimental and Emerging Languages devroom


09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Sunday Making poetry with Racket
Come and see how to make Poems that are also Code!
A small, FRP DSL for distributed systems
Mgmt Config: More about our language
XL, an extensible programming language
A language that grows with Moore's law instead of being killed by it
Forth - The New Synthesis
Growing Forth with preForth and seedForth
A minimal pur object-oriented reflective language
A minimal pur object-oriented reflective language
Bootstrapping minimal reflective language kernels
Bootstrapping minimal reflective language kernels
GNU Guix as an alternative to the Yocto Project
GNU Guix as an alternative to the Yocto Project
GNU Mes
Scheme-only bootstrap and beyond
Lisp everywhere!
Lisp everywhere!
Celebrating Guile 2020
Lessons Learns in the Last Lap to Guile 3
Introduction to G-Expressions
Introduction to G-Expressions
Let me tell you about Raku
On why syntax is not so important, with an introduction to the emerging language Raku
Minimalistic typed Lua is here
Minimalistic typed Lua is here
RaptorJIT: a fast, dynamic systems programming language
Forking LuaJIT to target heavy-duty server applications
The best of both worlds?
Static and dynamic typing in the Crystal programming language
C and JS as intermediary languages
Running Nim on everything from microcontrollers to web-sites
Move semantics in Nim
Deterministic Memory Management
Designing an ultra low-overhead multithreading runtime for Nim
Exposing fine-grained parallelism for 32+ cores hardware via message passing
Async await in Nim
A demonstration of the flexibility metaprogramming can bring to a language
Event Speakers Start End

Sunday

  Making poetry with Racket
Come and see how to make Poems that are also Code!
Jérôme Martin 09:30 09:50
  A small, FRP DSL for distributed systems
Mgmt Config: More about our language
James Shubin 09:50 10:10
  XL, an extensible programming language
A language that grows with Moore's law instead of being killed by it
Christophe de Dinechin 10:10 10:30
  Forth - The New Synthesis
Growing Forth with preForth and seedForth
Ulrich Hoffmann 10:30 10:50
  A minimal pur object-oriented reflective language
A minimal pur object-oriented reflective language
Stephane Ducasse 10:50 11:10
  Bootstrapping minimal reflective language kernels
Bootstrapping minimal reflective language kernels
Pablo Tesone 11:10 11:30
  GNU Guix as an alternative to the Yocto Project
GNU Guix as an alternative to the Yocto Project
Mathieu Othacehe 11:30 11:50
  GNU Mes
Scheme-only bootstrap and beyond
Jan (janneke) Nieuwenhuizen 11:50 12:10
  Lisp everywhere!
Lisp everywhere!
Pjotr Prins 12:10 12:40
  Celebrating Guile 2020
Lessons Learns in the Last Lap to Guile 3
Andy Wingo 12:40 13:10
  Introduction to G-Expressions
Introduction to G-Expressions
Christopher Marusich 13:10 13:40
  Let me tell you about Raku
On why syntax is not so important, with an introduction to the emerging language Raku
Juan Julián Merelo 13:40 14:00
  Minimalistic typed Lua is here
Minimalistic typed Lua is here
Hisham Muhammad 14:00 14:30
  RaptorJIT: a fast, dynamic systems programming language
Forking LuaJIT to target heavy-duty server applications
Max Rottenkolber 14:30 14:50
  The best of both worlds?
Static and dynamic typing in the Crystal programming language
Steph Hobbs 14:50 15:20
  C and JS as intermediary languages
Running Nim on everything from microcontrollers to web-sites
Peter Munch-Ellingsen 15:20 15:40
  Move semantics in Nim
Deterministic Memory Management
Araq 15:40 16:10
  Designing an ultra low-overhead multithreading runtime for Nim
Exposing fine-grained parallelism for 32+ cores hardware via message passing
mratsim 16:10 16:30
  Async await in Nim
A demonstration of the flexibility metaprogramming can bring to a language
Dominik Picheta 16:30 17:00