Presentation Introducing to Diffusion of Innovation, with Sociology Patterns and Haskell

Just found (out of Serendipity) an Interesting presentation ( video plus slides) introducing to Diffusion of Innovation with Sociology / Social Patterns, mentioning several times Haskell. Good introduction to a mix of techniques for whoever interested in Haskell proselytism, and go to market strategy, drawing from Change management and Technology adoption lifecycle / Tipping Point, etc, in a pragmatic way. read more

More about me

luc_taesch

These days ( 2014) , My main professional interest is about the collective intelligence and cooperative behavior of human, especially in the “professional” field. I believe most of the impact can be done where people spend 8h a day. If you can impact this , you will impact them when they go back in their families, and from there, the “society”. read more

What moves me

When preparing the root Cause Analysis at the 1st Person, I realize I was listing feelings in fact, or values, so I did the motivator exercise from Jurgen Appello, i.e. :

  1. classifying your motivation in your personal order, then
  2. perceiving the delta for a given situation ( target would be here is a Haskell job) ( the + /- here below )

interesting findings:

  • mainly gains, no loss
  • if I would map these values to my currents jobs, I am FAR offset… 1 to 3 are barely touched…
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    Async : Concurrency and STM : Simon Marlow at Skills Matter

    Haskell eXchange 2012: Simon Marlow on High performance concurrency .

    I watched the async package, (namely similar  to erlang’s tree of control process) . include exceptions management. great. plus combinators. ; interesting remarks from Simon at the beginning about the not so large number of application available in haskell. read more