Palestrante: Philip Wadler

Co-creator of Haskell and World Authority in Functional Programming
Philip is a principal designer of Haskell, contributing to its two main innovations: type classes and monads. He also co-created GJ, the main basis for the original Java generics. Philip holds a PhD from Carnegie-Mellon University and is currently Professor of Theoretical Computer Science at the University of Edinburgh. He's co-author of 'Introduction to Functional Programming' (Prentice Hall), and "Generics and Collections in Java" (O'Reilly).

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