Gregg Reynolds is a freelance software developer with decades of development experience in multiple languages on everything from IBM mainframes to various flavors of Unix, PC operating systems (remember OS/2?) and embedded systems. His academic training was in Comparative Religion and Arabic Philology.
Talks I've Given
Bazel eXchange Panel: Day 2
Featuring Gregg Reynolds, Guillaume Maudoux, Matt Mackay, Aleksander Gondek, Artur Stachecki and Andreas Herrmann
Join us as we wrap up Bazel eXchange with this panel hosted by Andreas Herrmann from TWEAG. Andreas will be joined by a selection of the days speakers for a virtual panel exploring a variety of topics that are front of mind for teams working within the Bazel build community.software-development bazel
OBazl: A Bazel Ruleset for OCaml
Featuring Gregg Reynolds
The build discipline of the standard OCaml toolchain is complex and opaque. In this talk Gregg will address some of the challenges of developing the OBazl ruleset, and outline most of the major features of the OBazl toolsuite along the way.software-development obazl ocaml bazel