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.
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.
|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 12, 2021||Hoekstra, Brudzewsky, Psaris, Therriault||What Challenges Face the Array Languages?|
|Jun 26, 2021||Hoekstra, Brudzewsky, Psaris, Therriault||What is an array?|
|Jul 10, 2021||Hoekstra, Park, Psaris, Therriault||Responding to a Listener’s Email|
|Jul 23, 2021||Hoekstra, Brudzewsky, Taylor, Therriault, Henry Rich||Henry Rich’s Deep Dive into J|
|Aug 7, 2021||Hoekstra, Brudzewsky, Therriault, Marshall Lochbaum||Marshall Lochbaum and the BQN array language|