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The APL Show (website: apl.show), originally called APL Notation As A Tool Of Thought, is a video and audio podcast hosted by Adám Brudzewsky and Richard Park of Dyalog Ltd., focusing on the notational aspects of APL.
|1||Oct 6||Indexing in APL vs Yorick||Indexing notation and broadcasting rules of the Yorick programming language.|
|2||Nov 1||Notational Awkwardnesses||Evolution of the 2D Iverson Notation into modern APL, alternative syntaxes, and also notational awkwardnesses stemming from binding strengths; stranding, bracket axis and indexing, issues with the rank operator, etc.|
|3||Nov 17||Functional Forms||Pros and cons of APL's functional forms, and in which situations they should and shouldn't be used.|
|4||Dec 5||How to Structure APL Programs||High-level structuring of APL programs, abstraction levels, coding style, and building a tiny DSL for nicer code.|
|5||Jan 27||Processes and Structures||System implementation through graphical diagrams, comparing evolution of Iverson Notation into today’s traditional user-defined functions, desirable aspects in an integrated development environment.|