You thought I was going to tell you about my life? Well, maybe some other time.
In the meantime, please enjoy my professional life detailed below, or check out
my CV (also in pdf form).
B. A. de R. Basáñez and C. S. Meiklejohn, “Dynamic Path Contraction for Distributed, Dynamic Dataflow Languages”,
Sep. 2016 (arXiv:1609.01068).
I gave a talk about it at AGERE! 2016.
Here’s a sample of projects I’ve done and collaborated in:
- AntidoteDB: An AP transactional database using CRDTs.
- Lasp: A language and collection of Erlang libraries to build distributed systems.
- pipesock: An Erlang TCP client that offers automatic batching and pipelining of messages across connections.
- crdt-ml: A collection of CRDTs in OCaml.
- pony-docset: A Dash docset for the Pony programming language.
- clojurebot: A Clojure REPL bot for Telegram Messenger.
- pysellus: A little DSL and Python library to test and monitor data streams.
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