I haven’t posted in a while. I have a few minutes going spare this morning, so I thought I’d let you know that all is well and that I’ve been very busy:
- Tableau Conference 2016: I’m exhausted after spending four days in Austin. It was great fun, however, and I got to speak (albeit only for 90 seconds) in front of a crowd of 1,200 people.
- Category theory for programmers: Bartosz’s latest class just wound up and went pretty well. Attendees are already clamouring for a part deux!
- Beginning Practical Haskell: I’ve started putting together a course of my own: I intend to do a dry run of this class in front of my fellow Tabloids before releasing it on the public. The project I’m going to take students through will relate to web scraping.
- Machine Learning in Action: I’ve started working through this book on machine learning. Bartosz assures me that ML is the future. This book is written in Python and I thought it might be an interesting project to translate this into Haskell.