John Hughes (computer scientist)
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Hughes is a member of the Functional Programming group at Chalmers, and much of his research relates to the Haskell programming language. He does research in the field of programming languages and is the author of many influential research papers on the subject, including "Why Functional Programming Matters".
- "Chalmers Staff Page".
- THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES (PDF), University of Oxford, July 1983, retrieved 7 November 2018
- Hughes, John (1989). "Why Functional Programming Matters". Computer Journal. 32 (2): 98–107. doi:10.1093/comjnl/32.2.98. Retrieved 6 May 2010.
- IOHK (26 September 2018), IOHK - QuviQ Functional Correctness Training - John Hughes, retrieved 7 September 2019
- Computerphile (30 November 2016), Functional Programming & Haskell - Computerphile, retrieved 11 January 2018
- Computerphile (18 January 2017), Code Checking Automation - Computerphile, retrieved 11 January 2018
- 2018 ACM Fellows Honored for Pivotal Achievements that Underpin the Digital Age, Association for Computing Machinery, 5 December 2018
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