However, Haskell and categories seem to offer quite appealing approaches to compositionality:
It's quite interesting to see how things like automatic differentiation get expressed in this framework.
> So there's a sense in which improvisation is dynamic composition of prepared materials, of planned material, and that to be a great improviser means to make those smaller plans or have those kinds of prepared abilities or approaches or sensibilities that you can apply when the time comes in a live situation.
I know that I have listened to this talk at least twice but I don't remembered the content much. Compared to some other talks like 'Are we there yet?', 'Simple Made Easy', 'Spec-ulation' where those seem to be really remembered well and referenced in other talks.
But generally any talk by Rich contains tons of great information that is timeless.