In this episode I talk with Adam Chlipala. We talk Coq, proof assistants, getting started, tooling, domains for advancement using proofs, Ur/Web, and much, much more.
Our Guest, Adam Chlipala
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“Theorem proving is a secret weapon for improving the way we build systems”
Adam’s first encounter with ML
Going from ML to Coq
What theorem proving looks like today
Addictiveness of proving software
Xavier Leroy – creator of OCaml
Good domains of software for proof assistants
Overall technology of effective proofs
Interfaces between components
The Science of Deep Specification
@deep_spec on Twitter
Proving at the internal layers of a system
Generative Testing compared to Proof Specifications
What using Coq to do your proofs looks like
“We should be able to take all the mental effort going into unit testing and put it into specifying and proving instead, for at least some important classes of systems.”
How to start moving toward adopting proof systems
Software Foundations by Benjamin Pierce, et. al.
DeepSpec project summer school
What domains where formal proof systems fit well
Systematic Synthesis of Elliptic Curve Cryptography Implementations
TLS 1.3 standard draft
How Ur/Web works at a high level
Automatically compiling Ur to Server code, Client code, or SQL depending on context of usage
Selling points of Ur/Web for Haskell or ML fans
Object Capability Discipline
The Ur/Web People Organizer
How Higher-Kinded Types fit in Ur/Web
Ur/Web’s concurrency model
TechEmpower Web Framework Benchmarks
Importance of database transactions and their usage in Ur/Web
Automatic retry of transaction failure built into Ur/Web
Building a DNS server using Fiat
The End of History? Using a Proof Assistant to Replace Language Design with Library Design
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