Monads
14 Entries

Brian Beckman: Don't fear the Monad
Avg Rating: 5
(11)Functional programming is increasing in popularity these days given the inherent problems with shared mutable state that is rife in the imperative world. As we march on to a world of multi and manycore chipsets, software engineering must evolve to better equip software engineers with the tools to… 
Expert to Expert: Brian Beckman and Erik Meijer  Inside the .NET Reactive Framework (Rx)
Avg Rating: 5
(17)Erik Meijer and team (developer Wes Dyer, in particular) have created a profound and beautiful .NET library that will take managed event based programming to new levels. Of course, many of you wish that you could write LINQ expressions over events. Well, now you can thanks to Erik's and Wes Dyer's… 
YOW! 2011: Tony Morris  Functional Programming and Functional Thinking
Avg Rating: 4.5
(4)Tony Morris is a developer who has deployed functional programming techniques in industry for over 10 years. He's also a teacher and key player in Australia's increasingly vibrant functional programming community. Tony actively programs in Scala and Haskell so he possesses a wellrounded view of… 
C9 Lectures: Greg Meredith  Monadic Design Patterns for the Web 4 of 4
Avg Rating: 5
(4)Greg Meredith, a mathematician and computer scientist, has graciously agreed to do a C9 lecture series covering monadic design principles applied to web development. You've met Greg before in a Whiteboard jam session with Brian Beckman. The fundamental concept here is the monad, and Greg has a novel… 
Brian Beckman: The Zen of Stateless State  The State Monad  Part 1
Avg Rating: 5
(8)Concurrency is a problem that faces all developers as we move to the age of ManyCore processor architectures. Managing state is an important aspect of programming generally and for parallel programming especially. The great Brian Beckman demonstrates three ways of labeling a binary tree with… 
C9 Lectures: Greg Meredith  Monadic Design Patterns for the Web  Introduction to Monads
Avg Rating: 5
(13)Greg Meredith, a mathematician and computer scientist, has graciously agreed to do a C9 lecture series covering monadic design principles applied to web development. You've met Greg before in a Whiteboard jam session with Brian Beckman. The fundamental concept is here is the monad. Greg has a very… 
Brian Beckman: Monads, Monoids, and Mort
Avg Rating: 5
(4)Brian Beckman is a fascinating individual. Excosmologist, exmilitary operating system and simulation developer (have you ever considered processes that move both forward and backward in time? Well, Brian and team at JPL created just that. He explains in this interview...). Brian was one of the… 
C9 Lectures: Dr. Ralf Lämmel  The Quick Essence of Functional Programming
Avg Rating: 5
(10)We had to cover monads eventually, and there are many great monad tutorials out there (see, for example, here: http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Tutorials#Using_monads). In fact, there are web resources concerned solely with organizing the many monad tutorials available in the wild, and developing… 
C9 Lectures: Greg Meredith  Monadic Design Patterns for the Web  2 of nC9 Lectures: Greg Meredith  Monadic Design Patterns for the Web Dec 14, 2010 at 11:17 AM 28 Charles
Avg Rating: 4.5
(12)Greg Meredith, a mathematician and computer scientist, has graciously agreed to do a C9 lecture series covering monadic design principles applied to web development. You've met Greg before in a Whiteboard jam session with Brian Beckman. The fundamental concept here is the monad, and Greg has a novel… 
E2E: Whiteboard Jam Session with Brian Beckman and Greg Meredith  Monads and Coordinate Systems
Avg Rating: 5
(11)In this latest edition of Expert to Expert (and Going Deep), the great Brian Beckman, astrophysicist and software architect, is joined by Greg Meredith, a mathematician and computer scientist. It's just bound to be an intellectual jam session!The idea for the format of this conversation is…