(sixth RacketCon) is a public meeting for everyone interested in Racket: developers, contributors, programmers, educators, and bystanders. It’s an opportunity for all members of the community to come together to share plans, ideas, and enthusiasm. RacketCon will enable the entire Racket community to mingle: to update each other, to exchange ideas, to collaborate, and to help shape the future of Racket.
Rosette is a programming language for creating new programming tools. It extends Racket with a few constructs that make it easy to build advanced tools for program verification and synthesis. Building these tools usually takes months or years of work, as well as expertise in many fields, from formal methods to programming languages to software engineering. With Rosette, creating such a tool is as easy as defining a new domain-specific language in Racket. Once you define your language, you get the tools for (almost) free. This talk will provide a brief introduction to Rosette, concluding with a whirlwind tour of recent applications to finding bugs in radiotherapy software, generating efficent code for ultra low-power hardware, and creating custom tutors for K-12 algebra.
Morgan Street Brewery, 17 Sept, 6pm.
Rodrigo Setti: Generative Art with Racket
Geoffrey Knauth: Racket is my Mjolnir
Scott Moore: Contracts for Security
Stephen Chang and Alex Knauth: Type Systems as Macros
Linh Chi Nguyen: Population game simulation in Racket
Andy Wingo: Spelunking through JPEG with Racket
Byron Davies: Racket Does Dijkstra
Jack Firth: Language Integrated Nitpicking