Thomas Depierre (@DianaOlympos) will be presenting the paper "Programming with Abstract Data Types" by B. Liskov and S. Zilles 1974", available here for reading before the meetup:
Along the course of the past 50 years, programming centred mainly around abstraction, being for control flow, operations to execute or data objects and structure. In this foundational paper, B. Liskov and S. Zilles described a concept that is now so deeply embedded into our programming ecosystem that we forget why it was even invented. Come join us to explore what Abstract Data Types still have to teach us.
Coming from a background of maths and EE, Thomas ended up as a Maker at Ascential because he wants to make systems works. Which should tells you how much he loves the mess the field of computing is in. He could dissert on Linear Algebra as much as on the state of magic in Science Fiction, but you would have to offer him a tea to get him that far. Or you can ask him about System Safety and Human Factors and lose a couple hours to a rant on how bad our software is. Up to you.