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02:35 - Philip’s Superpower: Being Not Afraid of Mathematics
15:32 - Using a Proof Assistant
22:57 - Human Creativity + Insight
30:02 - Specifications
35:25 - How To Translate Abstract Concepts So Practitioners Can Use Them
Rein: The way we are taught math makes us hate it.
Jess: There’s a difference between learning the foundations of programming and learning the skills of programming
Chanté: How do we make conversations like this more accessible?
Jacob: Ways of getting quick and seamless feedback as you are writing a program.
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Special Guest: Philip Wadler.
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