YOW! Lambda Jam 2013
Memoization is a technique that allows programs to trade memory usage for improved runtime performance. This is achieved in Haskell by using lazy data structures. However, they should have no effect but to improve the performance making their effectiveness difficult to test and verify. Examples of lazy evaluation, thunks, and the issue of “space leaks” will be given.
Andrew is a software developer who has roughly 20 years of experience. He has tried to applied Agile and Lean development methodologies in both academia and industry and areas such as database development, banking, molecular bioscience, consumer analytics, traffic modelling and geographical systems.