March 03, 2012
FYI:

TDPL is a required text for CS 4450, Analysis of Programming Languages, at Utah Valley University starting Fall 2012. We'll study ML and D (and Prolog if time allows).

March 03, 2012
On 03-03-2012 20:02, Chuck Allison wrote:
> FYI:
>
> TDPL is a required text for CS 4450, Analysis of Programming Languages,
> at Utah Valley University starting Fall 2012. We'll study ML and D (and
> Prolog if time allows).
>

Wow, that's great news!

-- 
- Alex
March 03, 2012
On 3/3/2012 11:02 AM, Chuck Allison wrote:
> TDPL is a required text for CS 4450, Analysis of Programming Languages, at Utah
> Valley University starting Fall 2012. We'll study ML and D (and Prolog if time
> allows).


Awesome!
March 04, 2012
On 4 March 2012 09:04, Walter Bright <newshound2@digitalmars.com> wrote:
> On 3/3/2012 11:02 AM, Chuck Allison wrote:
>>
>> TDPL is a required text for CS 4450, Analysis of Programming Languages, at
>> Utah
>> Valley University starting Fall 2012. We'll study ML and D (and Prolog if
>> time
>> allows).
>
>
>
> Awesome!

Frickin' Sweet! Nice to see D get some high-level love.

--
James Miller
March 04, 2012
On 3/3/12 1:02 PM, Chuck Allison wrote:
> FYI:
>
> TDPL is a required text for CS 4450, Analysis of Programming Languages,
> at Utah Valley University starting Fall 2012. We'll study ML and D (and
> Prolog if time allows).

Great! Chuck, as discussed privately, feel free to address to the main forum for any help and support you might need.

Andrei


March 04, 2012
On 3/3/12 1:02 PM, Chuck Allison wrote:
> FYI:
>
> TDPL is a required text for CS 4450, Analysis of Programming Languages,
> at Utah Valley University starting Fall 2012. We'll study ML and D (and
> Prolog if time allows).

On reddit with a terrible typo:

http://www.reddit.com/r/programming/comments/qh9gm/the_d_programming_language_in_curriculum_at_utah/


Andrei
March 06, 2012
Chuck Allison wrote:

> FYI:
> 
> TDPL is a required text for CS 4450, Analysis of Programming Languages, at Utah Valley University starting Fall 2012. We'll study ML and D (and Prolog if time allows).

Respect!
March 06, 2012
On 3/3/12 12:02 PM, Chuck Allison wrote:
> FYI:
>
> TDPL is a required text for CS 4450, Analysis of Programming Languages,
> at Utah Valley University starting Fall 2012. We'll study ML and D (and
> Prolog if time allows).

Hi Chuck!

You introduced me to D at UVU around 2004.  I'm glad to see that you (and D) are still there.
March 09, 2012
On Saturday, 3 March 2012 at 19:02:23 UTC, Chuck Allison wrote:
> FYI:
>
> TDPL is a required text for CS 4450, Analysis of Programming Languages, at Utah Valley University starting Fall 2012. We'll study ML and D (and Prolog if time allows).

Slightly off topic digression: Which ML?

I ask as an OCaml partisan (and D fan!) who will obviously suggest that you go with that language, since it is probably the more widely used ML variant.

-- Brian

May 06, 2013
We just use the functional subset of SML-NJ. The purpose is to immerse them in the functional paradigm, not to use ML as a production language.
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