Apparently the video is still borked for many users. Anyone here have any advice on the best way to record screencasts on Ubuntu Natty? A trillion apologies and abasements for any inconvenience.
Hi everyone, a few months ago I posted a lengthy article about using monads to simulate state for a turtle graphics system, including a "novel" monad to represent parallel graphics operations.
I had the opportunity to give that material as a talk at Racketcon (I used Racket as the demonstration language). There is a version available of that online someplace, I believe, but I only had 15 minutes there, and its more of a half hour or longer talk. So I recorded a screencast version, which is now available here.
The talk is in OGV format. If anyone needs it in AVI, I can probably accommodate, but I figure anyone who cares about monads can probably figure out how to watch an Ogg Video file.
Oh yeah: all the code (including the slides, which are written in Racket) is in the racketcon directory at this github repo.