The second edition of After Work Racket will be held in Mainz, Germany!
The goal of the second meeting is to find out who's out there interested in Racket, language-oriented programming, useful tips & tricks for Racket hacking, problems & obstacles, neat libraries, and so on.
There will be a presentation by Jörgen Brandt: "Redex language models for exploring a distributed programming language"
Abstract: Redex is a Racket library for modeling and exploring programming languages. Redex allows us to define an abstract syntax, a reduction relation, and judgment forms for type rules. I have used Redex to model Cuneiform, a distributed functional language. We discuss a simplified Redex model of Cuneiform and address how the language interacts with a distributed execution environment.
We're loking for presenters! Show off anything you've made in Racket, however incomplete or oddball. If you'd like to present, please contact the organizer ([masked]).
Kindly hosted by Vicampo.de.