• Practical Example - Modeling a Birthday Message Service

    Tavish Pegram  •  August 20, 2021

    Thank you Tavish Pegram for being the first in our community blogpost series! In this post, Tavish walks through a popular "kata" for practicing test driven development and hexagonal architecture. Along the way, he explores Unison's type system, abilities, and testing conventions.

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  • New milestone release of Unison

    Paul Chiusano  •  June 3, 2021

    We've just put out a major new release of Unison. It includes a snazzy new UI for browsing Unison codebases, a new computable documentation format, a new faster runtime, and a new SQLite-based codebase format that substantially improves codebase performance.

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  • Summer collaboration with Heather Miller on Unison distributed programming library

    Paul Chiusano  •  May 29, 2020

    Exciting news! Heather Miller, CMU professor and Scala Center founder, who does very cool research at the intersection of programming languages, FP, and distributed systems, will be a Visiting Researcher with us this summer. Like us, Heather is passionate about finding ways to make distributed programming more compositional. We'll be collaborating together on a library for distributed computing in Unison and some interesting demo application using that library.

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  • People are writing Unison libraries now

    Rúnar Bjarnason  •  May 26, 2020

    It's exciting to see Unison gradually coming together, but even more exciting has been seeing people writing and publishing Unison code. I've been pretty busy reviewing pull requests to the Unison base libraries and there's already a lot of useful stuff there. Thanks to everyone who has contributed so far!

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  • Get set up for publishing Unison libraries with milestone M1l

    Arya Irani  •  April 25, 2020

    We've just released milestone M1l of the the Unison Codebase Manager, which focused on essentials for ecosystem growth, specifically: guidance and tools for structuring and licensing your own libraries, and contributing to others.

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