About me

Hey, I'm Joomy. I'm a mathematics and computer science student at Wesleyan University, a [Haskell, JavaScript, Vim, linguistics, Turkish politics, programming language theory] enthusiast, an aspiring academic, and a well-meaning quibbler.

I'm a supporter and a contributor of free software and open source.

Recent blog posts

Starting a Haskell student forum at Wesleyan
Posted on June 1, 2015, by joom, in: haskell, wesleyan, teaching
I will be giving lectures on Functional Programming in Haskell next semester.

Language immersion for linguistic freaks
Posted on May 4, 2015, by joom, in: language
My reflection on how I felt when I was adapting to an English-speaking environment.

An impractical pseudo-Prolog
Posted on December 5, 2014, by joom, in: prolog, logic, programming, haskell
I built a pseudo-Prolog that tries to answer queries by building the least Herbrand model, as a final project for a class. I chose to build it in Haskell to take advantage of lazy evaluations, but even then I couldn't handle infinite sets.

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