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Published on Sep 28, 2014
The Boost Graph Library (BGL) introduces many novel abstraction patterns for graph processing. I borrowed many of the BGL's ideas in implementing a graph library for Racket. This talk will show how the library turned out to be a nice playground for many of the unique features in Racket.
Stephen is a postdoc and recent PhD graduate at Northeastern University. In his early years, he worked as an electrical engineer before deciding that his life needed more abstraction. So he went off to study programming languages and has been hacking in Racket ever since.