Aaron Hsu (arcfide) is creating human-focused APL/Co-dfns Research and Education
5

patrons

$30
per month
Welcome to my Patreon page! I am a Computer Scientist, but I like to think of myself as a Computing Artist. I am passionate about computing and the possibilities that come with it. Education, particularly open education for those who may not be well served by traditional classroom methods, means a great deal to me. I want to encourage a direct funding model of open research. The Co-dfns project is committed to delivering production quality ideas in an open manner, but to do so, I require support.

The Co-dfns project currently receives significant support through a close and productive partnership with Dyalog, Ltd. and I am grateful for their support. But to really move the Co-dfns project forward, we need broader support from the wider community. 

My vision for computing is an open world in which people value and treasure the power that comes from understanding computation as a liberal art. I seek to improve the state of computer science education through careful, out of the box research into systems design, human-computer interaction, and programming languages. I think it's important to make high-quality, forward looking, scalable computing accessible not only to professional software developers, but to knowledge experts, students, artists, and the wider community at large. 

This requires new tools, better languages, and a new, fresh approach to education, and I'm hoping you'll help me achieve the potential of a richer, more accessible computing world. I have big plans, but the world does not run on dreams and lofty aspirations alone. I have created this page in the hope that you will join me on this journey and become a part of making computing easier, more powerful, and more accessible. 

I have tried to develop a set of rewards as a way to thank you for your support. I look forward to hearing from you! 
Rewards
Dyadic Operator
$2 or more per month 2 patrons
It doesn't take much to make a difference! This tier provides access to the exclusive Patreon-only feed.
Catenator
$8 or more per month 2 patrons
Access to everything as the Dyadic Operator, plus early access to swag, feedback, beta tests, feature designs, and so forth.
Name spacer
$32 or more per month 0 patrons
Access to everything as an Catenator, explicit credit in releases, document, and publications.
Binominator
$128 or more per month 0 of 64 patrons
Access to everything as a Name spacer, plus priority support via email and GitHub Issues. 
Dyametric
$512 or more per month 0 of 16 patrons
Access to everything as a Binominator, plus priority video-level support for your questions and inquiries.
Co-conspirator
$2,048 or more per month 0 of 8 patrons
Access to everything as a Dyametric, plus bespoke configurations, tweaks, products, consulting, and so forth.
Goals
$30 of $15,000 per month
When I reach $15,000 per month, I'll be able to begin developing an open access, high opportunity academy for Human-focused, holistic Computing education and outreach to provide innovative and high-quality education both online and in person in an accessible and open manner.
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Welcome to my Patreon page! I am a Computer Scientist, but I like to think of myself as a Computing Artist. I am passionate about computing and the possibilities that come with it. Education, particularly open education for those who may not be well served by traditional classroom methods, means a great deal to me. I want to encourage a direct funding model of open research. The Co-dfns project is committed to delivering production quality ideas in an open manner, but to do so, I require support.

The Co-dfns project currently receives significant support through a close and productive partnership with Dyalog, Ltd. and I am grateful for their support. But to really move the Co-dfns project forward, we need broader support from the wider community. 

My vision for computing is an open world in which people value and treasure the power that comes from understanding computation as a liberal art. I seek to improve the state of computer science education through careful, out of the box research into systems design, human-computer interaction, and programming languages. I think it's important to make high-quality, forward looking, scalable computing accessible not only to professional software developers, but to knowledge experts, students, artists, and the wider community at large. 

This requires new tools, better languages, and a new, fresh approach to education, and I'm hoping you'll help me achieve the potential of a richer, more accessible computing world. I have big plans, but the world does not run on dreams and lofty aspirations alone. I have created this page in the hope that you will join me on this journey and become a part of making computing easier, more powerful, and more accessible. 

I have tried to develop a set of rewards as a way to thank you for your support. I look forward to hearing from you! 

Recent posts by Aaron Hsu (arcfide)

Rewards
Dyadic Operator
$2 or more per month 2 patrons
It doesn't take much to make a difference! This tier provides access to the exclusive Patreon-only feed.
Catenator
$8 or more per month 2 patrons
Access to everything as the Dyadic Operator, plus early access to swag, feedback, beta tests, feature designs, and so forth.
Name spacer
$32 or more per month 0 patrons
Access to everything as an Catenator, explicit credit in releases, document, and publications.
Binominator
$128 or more per month 0 of 64 patrons
Access to everything as a Name spacer, plus priority support via email and GitHub Issues. 
Dyametric
$512 or more per month 0 of 16 patrons
Access to everything as a Binominator, plus priority video-level support for your questions and inquiries.
Co-conspirator
$2,048 or more per month 0 of 8 patrons
Access to everything as a Dyametric, plus bespoke configurations, tweaks, products, consulting, and so forth.