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Published on Nov 11, 2016
JPEG is a funny thing. Photos are our lives and our memories, our first steps and our friends, and yet how much do we know about how they work? This talk explores the JPEG format in a graphical way, using a Racket library to dissect, reconstruct, encode, and decode JPEG files.
This library was first written for Guile but then ported to Racket as an exercise. Along the way in the talk we can mention things that we really enjoy about Racket and other points of interest.