I added initial slides to my upcoming talk, Distributed Applications in Node.js, for JsConf Uruguay 2014:
I started to parse nodes, with type information, instead of expressions
In this way, I can check the type of the nodes BEFORE generating the expression tree to run. One thing is the node, of an abstract syntax tree, and another thing is the expression to execute. That is, a + b could be represented by a node, but the expression to execute depends on the types of a and b.
I worked on two non-public projects, and some updates on Annalisa, DictSharp, and ScalaSamples. I published the heroku version of PreciosaAnnalisa. And I updated my backgammon evaluation library, SimpleGammon, with a work-in-progress html sample.
More fun is coming.