Today at the Haskell Exchange 2017, I presented “An EDSL for KDB/Q” (slides available here). In the talk, I discuss the rationale for developing an embedded domain specific language (EDSL) for KDB/Q and the various implementation techniques I used. It was a small self-contained project that achieved its goal of reliably porting a significant amount of Haskell code to KDB/Q in a short amount of time. We have many interesting projects at Standard Chartered, but this was one that I could actually talk about!


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