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Cω (pronounced "cee omega"; usually written "Cw" or "Comega" whenever the "ω" symbol is not available) is a free extension to the C# programming language, developed by the WebData team in Microsoft SQL Server in collaboration with Microsoft Research in the UK and Redmond. It was formerly known as the codenames X# (X Sharp) and Xen. It was renamed Cω after Polyphonic C#, another research language based on the join calculus, was integrated into it.
programming-languages  erik-meijer 
october 2015 by talles
Hewitt, Meijer and Szyperski: The Actor Model (everything you wanted to know, but were afraid to ask)
What are actors, exactly? No, really. What are they? When is an actor an actor? Everything you wanted to know about actors, but we're afraid to ask... It's all right here.
carl-hewitt  erik-meijer  actor-model  concurrency 
october 2015 by talles
Philip Wadler and Erik Meijer: On Programming Language Theory and Practice
Here, Erik Meijer and Philip Wadler discuss the theory and practice of programming language design with C# program manager Mads Torgersen.
programming-languages  erik-meijer 
september 2015 by talles
What does it mean to be Reactive?
The inimitable Erik Meijer delivering his opening keynote to React 2014.
rx  erik-meijer 
september 2015 by talles
A Playful Introduction to Rx by Erik Meijer
Learning Rx does not have to be boring like working your way through theoretical sermons about esoteric concepts like category theory and duality. Life is too short for that kind of abstract nonsense.

So what is a better way to spend a hot summer day with an ice-cold drink, or a cold winter night with a piping hot drink, than to learn Rx by writing an awesome platform game? In this talk, Erik will walk you through many of the features of Rx through programming a friendly bug to run across a lushy grassy meadow and jump for the stars.
rx  erik-meijer 
august 2015 by talles

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