Steve Krouse

Steve Krouse

is creating the future of coding

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👋 Hi, I’m Steve Krouse.

I do community fostering, podcasting, and research towards better programming languages, developer experiences, and new computational media.

https://futureofcoding.org/about

Community

We believe that "the real computer revolution hasn't happened yet". We yearn for a simpler, more humane programming experience that blurs the line between the creators and producers of software. We envision a world beyond apps, files, and the abstractions and interfaces of today.

These dreams are too big to achieve alone. Let’s build the future of coding, together.

I do the important work of sharing, documenting, and promoting the people working to revolutionize programming, including dozens of interviews on the podcast, and essays, such as The Visual History of Eve, LIVE 2018 [Bootleg edition], and The Next Big Thing Is a Room (Dynamicland).

I run the Future of Coding Slack for people to share ideas, get feedback, and virtual high-fives.

I organize IRL meetups in NY, London, and possibly Boston and SF soon, and maybe coming to a city near you!



I've also started experimenting with online meetups:



I respond to all cold emails. It’s soul-crushing work we do, prototyping towards the future that nobody else can see. My door is always open for the lone prototyper who wants to feel heard.

Podcast

The Future of Coding podcast showcases the work of brilliant computer scientists, PL researchers, and developer tool experts. It's a way to foster the discussion around these topics and bring attention to great work being done.

The podcast also features "reflection episodes" where I share openly about my own research journey, enabling more collaboration and group learning.

Research

My research practice is a series of prototypes that point towards a better future for programming. I track my daily progress openly in my research journal to maximize feedback and the spread of ideas.

My current work (as of this writing in Dec 2018) is improving the programming experience of higher order and cyclic streams as it applies to user interface construction (aka “original FRP”, “Conal FRP”, and DCTP). The goal of this research is to enable more people to build and customize fully-dynamic user interfaces.

My past research includes building block interfaces for JQuery and VueJS, a projectional editor for JavaScript, a version control system that feels like an infinitely nestable todo-list , and a tool for visualizing higher-order functions.

About you

I believe all this work should be free, open-source, available to all, no strings attached. You can see my problem in the sustainability department.

That’s where you come in.

You are someone who’s excited about what I’m up to and would like to help make it a sustainable life choice that I can justify to my girlfriend and parents.
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👋 Hi, I’m Steve Krouse.

I do community fostering, podcasting, and research towards better programming languages, developer experiences, and new computational media.

https://futureofcoding.org/about

Community

We believe that "the real computer revolution hasn't happened yet". We yearn for a simpler, more humane programming experience that blurs the line between the creators and producers of software. We envision a world beyond apps, files, and the abstractions and interfaces of today.

These dreams are too big to achieve alone. Let’s build the future of coding, together.

I do the important work of sharing, documenting, and promoting the people working to revolutionize programming, including dozens of interviews on the podcast, and essays, such as The Visual History of Eve, LIVE 2018 [Bootleg edition], and The Next Big Thing Is a Room (Dynamicland).

I run the Future of Coding Slack for people to share ideas, get feedback, and virtual high-fives.

I organize IRL meetups in NY, London, and possibly Boston and SF soon, and maybe coming to a city near you!



I've also started experimenting with online meetups:



I respond to all cold emails. It’s soul-crushing work we do, prototyping towards the future that nobody else can see. My door is always open for the lone prototyper who wants to feel heard.

Podcast

The Future of Coding podcast showcases the work of brilliant computer scientists, PL researchers, and developer tool experts. It's a way to foster the discussion around these topics and bring attention to great work being done.

The podcast also features "reflection episodes" where I share openly about my own research journey, enabling more collaboration and group learning.

Research

My research practice is a series of prototypes that point towards a better future for programming. I track my daily progress openly in my research journal to maximize feedback and the spread of ideas.

My current work (as of this writing in Dec 2018) is improving the programming experience of higher order and cyclic streams as it applies to user interface construction (aka “original FRP”, “Conal FRP”, and DCTP). The goal of this research is to enable more people to build and customize fully-dynamic user interfaces.

My past research includes building block interfaces for JQuery and VueJS, a projectional editor for JavaScript, a version control system that feels like an infinitely nestable todo-list , and a tool for visualizing higher-order functions.

About you

I believe all this work should be free, open-source, available to all, no strings attached. You can see my problem in the sustainability department.

That’s where you come in.

You are someone who’s excited about what I’m up to and would like to help make it a sustainable life choice that I can justify to my girlfriend and parents.

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I listen to most of the episodes
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$5 or more per month
I read every log entry
$10 or more per month
President of the Steve Krouse Fan Club
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