What Orwell's 1984 Can Teach Us about Programming - Daniel Beskin (Lambda Days 2017)
What Orwell's 1984 Can Teach Us about Programming - Daniel Beskin
Daniel Beskin - What Orwell's 1984 Can Teach Us About Programming - λC 2017
Really - Programming Languages
Imperative vs Declarative Programming
Orwell is a small, lazy-evaluation functional programming language implemented principally by Martin Raskovsky and first released in 1984 by Philip Wadler during his time as a Research Fellow in the Programming Research Group, part of the Oxford University Computing Laboratory. Developed as a free alternative to Miranda, it was a forerunner of Haskell and was one of the first programming languages to support list comprehensions and pattern matching.