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Sunday Declarative and Minimalistic Computing
Entry talk
The manifold joys of metaprogramming
In Raku and elsewhere...
A year of RISC-V adventures: embracing chaos in your software journey
How I started from zero and ended up porting a JIT compilation library and assembling files by hand
How to design powerful DSLs for users
Decisions, decisions, decisions...
Declare All Your Needs
Managing computing environment declaratively using GNU Guix
GNU Guix behind the scene
Continuous integration for the GNU Guix project
Designing a programming language for the desert From tinyscheme to tr7
how to loose time for glory
Fuzion Language Update
The marathon run πŸƒπŸƒβ€β™€οΈ πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ from a language prototype to a full implementation and toolchain.
Adventures in Dataflow Knowledge Management Through Minimal Syntaxes
Appreciating How Terse Syntaxes Are Capable of Being Combined In Unexpected Ways
Lisp, but Beautiful; Lisp for Everyone Spritely Goblins comes to Guile
Distributed, secure, asynchronous programming
Concise Common Workflow Language
Concision and elegance in a workflow language using lisp
A Relational Exploration of McCarthy's 'Amb' Why everyone needs to know some coding: last-mile sandboxing

Read the Call for Papers at https://lists.fosdem.org/pipermail/fosdem/2021q4/003302.html.

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Sunday

  Declarative and Minimalistic Computing
Entry talk
Manolis Ragkousis, Oliver Propst 10:00 10:15
  The manifold joys of metaprogramming
In Raku and elsewhere...
Juan JuliΓ‘n Merelo 10:15 10:45
  A year of RISC-V adventures: embracing chaos in your software journey
How I started from zero and ended up porting a JIT compilation library and assembling files by hand
Ekaitz Zarraga 10:45 11:15
  How to design powerful DSLs for users
Decisions, decisions, decisions...
John Mecouris 11:15 11:45
  Declare All Your Needs
Managing computing environment declaratively using GNU Guix
Andrew Tropin 11:45 12:15
  GNU Guix behind the scene
Continuous integration for the GNU Guix project
Mathieu Othacehe 12:15 12:40
  Designing a programming language for the desert athas 12:40 13:05
  From tinyscheme to tr7
how to loose time for glory
JosΓ© Bollo 13:05 13:35
  Fuzion Language Update
The marathon run πŸƒπŸƒβ€β™€οΈ πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ from a language prototype to a full implementation and toolchain.
Fridtjof Siebert 13:35 14:05
  Adventures in Dataflow Hisham Muhammad 14:05 14:35
  Knowledge Management Through Minimal Syntaxes
Appreciating How Terse Syntaxes Are Capable of Being Combined In Unexpected Ways
Jonathan McHugh 14:35 15:05
  Lisp, but Beautiful; Lisp for Everyone Christine Lemmer-Webber, Morgan Lemmer-Webber 15:05 15:45
  Spritely Goblins comes to Guile
Distributed, secure, asynchronous programming
Christine Lemmer-Webber 15:45 16:25
  Concise Common Workflow Language
Concision and elegance in a workflow language using lisp
Arun Isaac 16:25 17:00
  A Relational Exploration of McCarthy's 'Amb' William Byrd 17:00 17:40
  Why everyone needs to know some coding: last-mile sandboxing Kartik Agaram 17:40 18:00