Spotlight on Alberton Gomez
When: Saturday, October 1st - 11:30 - 12:30
Transient: full algebraic and monadic composability in the presence of multithreading, events, and distributed computing
A careful selection of monadic effects and primitives, using some new techniques for expressing continuations and moving closures among nodes could achieve full composability and scalability for heterogeneous, distributed haskell programs, as well as events, parallelism, streaming and concurrency (And Web programming too).
Alberto Gomez is an experienced programmer who was abducted by Haskell ten years ago. He is committed to his success in the Industry and worked as programmer and consultant in IT in Spanish and European companies, as well as in software R&D.
Follow @AGoCorona for more on his work.
About Lambda World:
Lambda World takes place September 30th - October 1st, in Cadiz, Spain and is hosted by 47 Degrees in conjunction with the Scala and Java communities of Spain. The event is located at the Palacio de Congresos, an old tobacco factory near the beach. You can find more details at Lambda.world.