In this episode I talk with Erik Svedäng. We talk his background in functional programming, game development, and creating Carp, a statically typed Lisp for use in game development.
Our Guest, Erik Svedäng
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Desire to make a game
How Erik was exposed to functional programming
Putting a programming language inside a game
Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
Fascination with programming and human languages
Fitting functional programming ideas into game development
Foundation for starting a new language to do game development with
Reasons behind combining types and a Lisp in Carp
Integrating Types and Macros
Lessons in language design for game engine loop performance levels
Memory management in Carp
Interactivity in developing a game in Carp
Wondering how much should Algebraic Data Types should be brought into a Lisp
Current state of Carp
Where to find out more about Carp
Carp on Gitter
Research.md in Carp repository
Type-Driven Development with Idris
As always, a giant Thank You goes to David Belcher for the logo design.