[Haskell-cafe] Places to write and publish projects that "explain ideas"?
mukeshtiwari.iiitm at gmail.com
Mon Dec 24 14:32:58 UTC 2018
I am not sure what kind of conference you are looking for, but I found
articles published in The Art, Science, and Engineering of Programming 
pretty neat and interesting. You can have a look, and see if it's fit for
On Mon, Dec 24, 2018 at 11:32 PM Siddharth Bhat <siddu.druid at gmail.com>
> Hello all,
> I have somewhat of an unorthodox problem. I've been writing on and off, a
> series on implementing compilers
> "beautifully" in haskell, called tiny-optimising-compiler
> <http://github.com/bollu/tiny-optimising-compiler>. They're literate
> haskell files, with the aim
> of explaining the really elegant ideas that exist in compilers literature
> data flow analysis, abstract interpretation, SSA, continuations, scalar
> and some more slightly out-there / research-y things, like polyhedral
> compilation, equality saturation.
> However, I'm also a research student at my university, and am expected to
> publish before I graduate. I was
> looking for possible places to publish a project such as this, whose
> selling point would be "explains things
> elegantly, and possibly rewords standard things to nice looking haskell".
> Are there places where one
> could conceivably publish about such a project? If not, I forsee myself
> not being able to finish this project
> for a while longer, and that would make me sad.
> Thanks, and a merry christmas to all,
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