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Dyalog'16 - the first videos are now live

Postby Karen|Dyalog on Fri Oct 21, 2016 1:43 pm

The first videos from Dyalog '16 are now live. Go to http://www.dyalog.com/user-meetings/dyalog16.htm to read about Dyalog '16 and follow the links to the videos.

D01: http://video.dyalog.com/Dyalog16/?v=KOgriSYlcDM
Gitte opens the user meeting with a look at the demographics of this year's delegates before detailing the changes coming up within Team Dyalog in the next few months. She explains the format changes to this year's user meeting (necessitated by the celebration of APL's golden anniversary) and explores Glasgow's link with the Vikings as an introduction to the Viking challenge.

D02: http://video.dyalog.com/Dyalog16/?v=bUFFTDCCjAs
This year the technical road map is split into two parts. Up first is Chief Experience Officer Morten Kromberg, focusing on making APL available on multiple platforms and ensuring that the necessary development tools – including tools for constructing user interfaces – are available, ideally in the form of open source projects.

The second part of the Road Map, focusing on performance and language features, is presented by Dyalog’s new CTO, Jay Foad. Jay starts with a summary of the functionality introduced in Dyalog version 15.0 (released 2016Q2) and proceeds to preview of potential features of version 16.0 (scheduled for 2017Q2).

U01a: http://video.dyalog.com/Dyalog16/?v=afB2IXCBJJ8
Joshua David of the University of Scranton in the U.S.A. won the General Computing category of the 2016 International APL Problem Solving Competition – here he explains how he achieved this success. After a brief look at phase I, Josh runs through the problems that comprise the General Computing category and shows how he resolved them.

U03: http://video.dyalog.com/Dyalog16/?v=9IC78J55F-M
Tomas Gustafsson (Stormwind OY) last demonstrated his stunning Stormwind boating simulator at Dyalog '13, where he demonstrated the incredible realism that he's achieved using Dyalog APL to model sailing round the Finnish archipelago and explained the logic behind. Tomas now shows the progress that has been made over the last three years and talks about his ambitions for the simulator before moving on to the challenge that he's incorporated into the simulator for Dyalog 16's Viking Challenge…

We'll be releasing new Dyalog '16 presentation videos every Friday for the next few weeks.
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