In this episode I talk with Sam Guyer and Caleb Helbling. We talk about Juniper, a functional reactive programming language for Arduino programming.
Our Guests, Sam Guyer and Caleb Helbling
@CalebHelbling on Twitter
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About Sam and Caleb
How Sam and Caleb got into working with Arduinos
Addressable RGB LED strips
“There’s smoking coming out if it. Now it’s garbage.”
Pain of programming on an Arduino for those not familiar with C++
Concurrency and discrete event simulator
Going from feeling the pain to creating Juniper
Representing a Signal Graph
Maybe Types to represent Signal values
Reactive Programming model
Data Flow Model
Functional Reactive Programming
Using polling based model under the covers
Signal Graph as a mental model
Importance of Higher Order Functions on Signals
Writing Signal generation functions in C++
Ability to have multiple Signals propagating at the same time
Debouncing button press
Where Juniper fits today with an interrupt model
Writing Juniper in F#
Workflow from writing code to loading on an Arduino
Debugging hardware vs software
Where Juniper is today
Problem with closures in embedded software with limited memory
How to get started with Juniper
Juniper Google Group
As always, a giant Thank You goes to David Belcher for the logo design.