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If you want to know how F# can help you solve real-world problems, visit fpbridge.co.uk or contact us for a free consultation.
My other operating system is a Mirage
Featuring Anil Madhavapeddy
In this talk Anil introduces a different approach to building networked services which cleanly separates policy and mechanisms, an approach which results in an extremely efficient deployment model that outputs standalone kernels straight from OCaml source codefunctional-programming ocaml webserver hypervisor Cloud type-safety
Teaching an old dog new tricks: wrapping an imperative API in a functional one
Featuring Chris Marshall
Not so much "standing on the shoulders of giants" as skulking behind them with a notebook and a pen, this talk will demonstrate the construction of a functional Scala DSL to interact with a bespoke Java data source API using a real-life case study.functional-programming applicative-functor applicative io java fpx
Data Science using Functional Programming
Featuring Amanda Laucher
Functional Programming has had it's 15 minutes of fame - again. Now it's data's turn - again. Obviously the best way to stop this cycle is to merge the two. Let's put functional concepts into the database!functional-programming neo4j graph-theory database persistence nosql
Build Your Own Lisp for Great Justice
Featuring Bodil Stokke
Implementing a toy Lisp interpreter is practically a rite of passage for the budding computer scientist. This hallowed tradition is described in detail in "Lisp in Small Pieces," the seminal work on the making of Lisps, but everybody loves a tl;dr, so let's do the 40 minute...functional-programming lisp clojure lambda lexical-scope types fpx
ParaForming: Forming Parallel Functional Programs using Refactoring
Featuring Kevin Hammond
This talk introduces the ParaForming approach, gives some examples and shows how effective parallel programs can be developed using advanced refactoring technology.functional-programming data-parallel-haskell haskell fpx intel
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