[Firm] Small written interview for This is not a Monad Tutorial series
matze at braunis.de
Thu Aug 13 23:30:43 CEST 2015
Sounds good, I'm currently on vacation and won't answer in detail until the end of next week.
> On Aug 13, 2015, at 5:57 PM, Federico Carrone <federico.carrone at gmail.com> wrote:
> It would be written, if that is fine for you. I have to finish the questions for some previous interviews. As soon as possible I will send you the questions.
>> On Thu, Aug 13, 2015 at 2:22 AM Matthias Braun <matze at braunis.de> wrote:
>> Hi Federico,
>> this is a great idea. In what form would you conduct the interview?
>>> On Aug 10, 2015, at 6:00 AM, Federico Carrone <federico.carrone at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hello Matthias and libfirm devs,
>>> I am interviewing different programming language and operating system creators, about the reasons why they have created the language/operating system, how they did it, what design choices they have faced, how it compares to other languages/operating systems, etc. I am working on an interview about LFE (Lisp Flavored Erlang, created by one of the Erlang creators), Pyret (a funny language created by Racket creators) and about MirageOS (Unikernel that runs in Xen that you develop with OCaml).
>>> The last two interviews I have done:
>>> Eric Merritt, Erlang and distributed systems expert, gives his views on BEAM languages, Hindley–Milner type systems and new technologies (15k views in one day)
>>> Harvey, an operating system with Plan 9's shadow (5k views)
>>> I am interested in interviewing you about libfirm, cparser, how you created them, the design choices you made while implementing it, llvm comparison, etc.
>>> To sum up: Let me know if you are interested in answering a small interview! I would love to do it and I think it MIGHT be useful to share even more the great work you have being doing.
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