Aaron Hsu

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Aaron Wen-yao Hsu is the implementor of Co-dfns and an advocate for a terse and minimal array programming style. Hsu has a background in academic functional programming, and was primarily a Scheme programmer for ten years before learning APL.[1] He was introduced to APL by Morten Kromberg while working on a GPU-hosted compiler, and switched to Dyalog APL for the project, which is now Co-dfns. Most of Hsu's work on Co-dfns has been as a Ph.D. candidate at Indiana University; he was awarded his Ph.D. in 2019 and continues to develop Co-dfns with funding from Dyalog Ltd.






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