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Modular Module Systems

04.29.2013
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In this video from NEScala, Chris League will investigate the facilities in various languages for higher-order programming-in-the-large. Scala developers often borrow from Haskell, but what more can we learn from the ML family? What about (heaven forbid) C++ and its template libraries? Do dynamically-typed languages enable more sophisticated code recombination and reuse? Chris will ask these questions, answer some of them, and generally compare, contrast, and encode all sorts of modularity with Scala.

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