Don Syme “ritwitta” l’indirizzo di questo blog!
Ieri ho pubblicato su Twitter l’indirizzo di questo blog italiano su F# e poco dopo ho ricevuto la notifica sul “ritwit” da parte di Don Syme (ved. il suo blog su MSDN http://blogs.msdn.com/b/dsyme/, ma anche il suo blog su FPish.NET http://fpish.net/blog/don.syme/).
Chi è Don Syme? La risposta la trovate al seguente indirizzo:
Per vostra comodità trascrivo qui le sue stesse parole:
I am a Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research, Cambridge. I help Microsoft make better programming languages, and, through that, make people more productive and happier.
My main current responsibility is the design and implementation of F# (blog), though I’ve also worked on C# (being co-responsible for C# and .NET generics) and, indirectly, Visual Basic and other .NET languages.
As a researcher, my area is programming language design and implementation, with emphasis on making functional languages that are simpler to use, interoperate well with other languages and which incorporate aspects of object-oriented, asynchronous and parallel programming. I am interested in programming language perspectives on type inference, concurrency, reactivity, pattern matching and language-oriented programming. I also work extensively with teams in the Microsoft Developer Division on other programming-related technologies.
I am the primary author of Expert F#, published in 2007, and we are now working on a second edition of this book. In the past I have worked in formal specification, interactive proof, automated verification and proof description languages. I have a PhD from the University of Cambridge and am a member of the WG2.8 working group on functional programming.
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