|My Favorite Languages|
I'm a computer scientist interested in programming language theory (from type theory to compiler construction). I have experience with various mainstream (C++, Java, Python) and non-mainstream (Prolog, CLIPS, Mathematica) programming languages, but my main interest lies in strongly-typed functional programming languages (Haskell, ML, Clean), dependently-typed languages (Agda, Epigram) and proof assistants (Coq, Isabelle), as well as low-level languages (assembly, λ-calculus).
- Ad-hoc polymorphism (function overloading)
- Bounded quantification
- Currying (Partial function application#Proposal for new task description)
- Non-local variable
- Parametric polymorphism
- Subtype polymorphism (inclusion polymorphism, subtyping)
 Recommended reading
- Benjamin C. Pierce, Chris Casinghino, Michael Greenberg, Vilhelm Sjöberg and Brent Yorgey. Software Foundations. University of Pennsylvania, Department of Computer and Information Science.