Episode #125 of the Stack Overflow podcast is here. We talk Tilde Club and mechanical keyboards. Listen now

Stephane Rolland

Author of the PL XYZ (name is still to be defined, scientific article draft in progress, public website in progress, compiler/interpreter in progress).

At marathon my time is 5:30, that's far from a world record. I plan longer trails (60 km seems feasible for now) after I have made public the version 0.0 of the language.

Machine Learning: kaggle AI competitions

Favourite Techs: Haskell, C++14, Python 3, PostgreSQL, Nixos (otherwise Debian when Nixos is not available on webhosting providers)

Photography/Graphical Arts: Abstract Photography , Pinterests Boards

Author-Composer: Publicly released music, tracks on soundcloud

Interests: Language Design, Categorial logic, Type Theory, Artificial Intelligence, Design Patterns, Lambda Calculus, Web Design, Pi Calculus, Pattern Calculus, Digital Signal Processing, Test Driven Development, Software Craftsmanship

Everyday experience: C++, Python, Haskell

Practicing: Machine Learning, Scikit-Learn, R

Used: C, C#, Xml, Regex, Sql, Javascript, Win32, Mfc, Com/Atl, Stl, Design Patterns, MsXml, Wpf, C++/Cli, Html, Java, Soap, Sql Server, Http, Boost C++, Xaml, Xslt, Xschema, Xpath, Bash, Powershell, VB

Practiced: Elixir, Erlang, Elm, F#, Cython, AngularJS, jQuery, Html5, Css, Svg, Web Audio Api, Underscore.js, Node.js, Octave

Small memories of: Perl, Prolog, Oz/ML, Pict and Nomadic Pict

Want to learn: Rebol/Red Language

Love: English, Deutsch, Español, French (mother tongue), Esperanto (though I no longer practice since at least 10 years, this language is beautiful)

Learning: 中文 (Chinese), 日本語 (Japanese)

Want to learn (one day...): Korean, Arabic, Mongolian, Russian, Dutch/Nederland, Italian, Sanskrit, and a bit of Tibetan... let's see.