Inside 214-1E

Existential Pontification and Generalized Abstract Digressions

Being an expert considered harmful

It's a sunny day in your advanced symbolic programming class. Your teacher has just started going over monads—in Scheme, though—and you sit in the back of the classroom snarking about little tidbits of knowledge you know from Haskell. Suddenly, the teacher says (quite earnestly too), "Edward here seems to know a lot about monads. Why […]

  • March 8, 2010