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Sometimes you want something a bit more strongly-typed than Haskell's traditional Map and HashMap types. In this talk, you will explore a variety of increasingly-abusive solutions to try and maximise typing whilst minimising boilerplate.
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Will Jones is a polyglot software engineer and passionate teacher with over five years' experience building applications, creating products and educating other developers and computer scientists. Since obtaining a first-class master's degree and subsequently a PhD in Computing from Imperial College London, Will has participated in and overseen development projects ranging from greenfield efforts to large-scale refactorings of legacy systems.