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CMSC430: Introduction to Compilers
The goal of CMSC 430 is to arm students with the ability to design, implement, and extend a programming language. Throughout the course, students will design and implement a substantial functional-language compiler of their own, over the course of several projects, and will explore various compiler-related topics such as intermediate representations, desugaring, continuation-passing style, closure conversion, formal semantics, garbage collection, type checking, and flow analysis.
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4 days ago by darren_n
exercism.io - Level up your programming skills
Download and solve practice problems in over 30 different languages.
Submit the solution to the site for feedback (beta).
For code newbies and experienced programmers.
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4 days ago by Chirael
The Nanopass Framework
The Nanopass Framework is an embedded domain specific for creating compilers that focuses on creating small passes and many intermediate representations. Nanopass reduces the boilerplate required to create compilers making them easier to understand and maintain.

The nanopass framework provides what’s more or less a domain-specific language for developing compilers that are structured as a series of small passes with well-defined input and output languages. The framework encourages you to build a compiler by first defining intermediate languages, then defining the compiler passes that will translate between them. It provides facilities for doing this in a low-overhead way.
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12 days ago by rcyphers
Write your next Ethereum Contract in Pyramid Scheme
Haskell programmers often code in ivory towers with their heads in the cloud. In this multi-part article series, we’ll get our feet wet diving deep below C l...
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14 days ago by ianweatherhogg
A Lisp specifically designed for implementing other languages.
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24 days ago by rcrowley
CS 32: Puzzles, Games & Algorithms, Fall 2014
This is the home page for the course CS 32: Puzzles, Games and Algorithms: Introductory computer science through the exploration and analysis of mathematical puzzles and games, and the algorithms that handle them; offered by the Department of Computer Science at the University of Vermont.
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4 weeks ago by rcyphers

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