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From: aditya siram <aditya.siram@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] caml trading
Thanks for this awesome video! I was unaware that the Caml compiler did not
optimize source code before generating native code. Now I am a little less
afraid to study the actual compiler!

Your point about a lack of  GUI libraries is great - however it seems as
though they are not as important as they once were. The amazing javascript
toolkits [1] that have sprung up over the last year (along with the Ocsigen
and OBrower project [2]) have filled most of that vaccum.

As long as there are libraries that provide an easy way to hook up with a
web client is there still a compelling reason to develop native GUI
toolkits?

Regards
-Aditya Siram



[1] http://www.sproutcore.com/ , http://qooxdoo.org/ ,
http://cappuccino.org/
[2] http://ocsigen.org/

2009/3/13 Yaron Minsky <yminsky@gmail.com>

> For those who are interested, I just posted a video of a talk I gave at CMU
> several weeks ago about Jane Street's use of OCaml.  This is an updated
> version of the talk I gave at POPL last year.  Various people have expressed
> an interest in showing the talk to their undergraduate classes, so I thought
> it worth mentioning on the list.
>
> Here's the link:
>
>   http://ocaml.janestreet.com/?q=node/61
>
> I can also provide the original quicktime file from which this is based on
> request.
>
> y
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