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'''The Array Cast''' is a [[wikipedia:podcast|podcast]] about [[array]] programming languages, especially APL, [[J]], [[K]], and [[Q]]. Being an audio-only production, the focus is on giving high-level views and describing the experience of using such languages, rather than showing visual examples of code.
 
'''The Array Cast''' is a [[wikipedia:podcast|podcast]] about [[array]] programming languages, especially APL, [[J]], [[K]], and [[Q]]. Being an audio-only production, the focus is on giving high-level views and describing the experience of using such languages, rather than showing visual examples of code.
  
 
== Participants ==
 
== Participants ==
The podcast is hosted by Conor Hoekstra who is a senior library software engineer at [[wikipedia:NVIDIA|NVIDIA]]. Recurring panellists are [[Adám Brudzewsky]], [[Richard Park]], and Rodrigo Girão Serrão, of [[Dyalog Ltd.]], Stephen Taylor of Kx Systems, and J enthusiast Bob Therriault. The plan is for guests to be invited to specific episodes.
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The podcast is hosted by Conor Hoekstra who is a senior library software engineer at [[wikipedia:NVIDIA|NVIDIA]]. Recurring panellists are [[Adám Brudzewsky]], [[Richard Park]], and Rodrigo Girão Serrão, of [[Dyalog Ltd.]], Stephen Taylor and Nick Psaris of Kx Systems, and J enthusiast Bob Therriault. The plan is for guests to be invited to specific episodes.
  
 
== Episodes ==
 
== Episodes ==
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Revision as of 08:15, 10 June 2021

Promotional banner with a background featuring APL code for generating an SVG image.

The Array Cast is a podcast about array programming languages, especially APL, J, K, and Q. Being an audio-only production, the focus is on giving high-level views and describing the experience of using such languages, rather than showing visual examples of code.

Participants

The podcast is hosted by Conor Hoekstra who is a senior library software engineer at NVIDIA. Recurring panellists are Adám Brudzewsky, Richard Park, and Rodrigo Girão Serrão, of Dyalog Ltd., Stephen Taylor and Nick Psaris of Kx Systems, and J enthusiast Bob Therriault. The plan is for guests to be invited to specific episodes.

Episodes

Date Participants Title
May 15, 2021 Hoekstra, Brudzewsky, Taylor, Therriault Why We Like Array Languages
May 29, 2021 Hoekstra, Park, Taylor, Therriault Loops and Learning about Array Languages
Jun TBD, 2021 Hoekstra, Brudzewsky, Psaris, Therriault TBD

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