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Lightning Talk: Moving Towards Dialogue: Collaborating with your Computer Using Typed Holes!

11th October 2018 in London at CodeNode

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For many people, their first (and only) experience of static types is being continually told off by their compiler. With a little gentle encouragement, it is possible to mend this dysfunctional relationship and move towards having a conversation instead.

In this talk, Vaibhav will demonstrate typed holes, which are a feature of some languages that allow them to offer suggestions when you ask for help!

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Lightning Talk: Moving Towards Dialogue: Collaborating with your Computer Using Typed Holes!

Vaibhav Sagar

Vaibhav likes using functional programming to write fewer bugs.

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For many people, their first (and only) experience of static types is being continually told off by their compiler. With a little gentle encouragement, it is possible to mend this dysfunctional relationship and move towards having a conversation instead.

In this talk, Vaibhav will demonstrate typed holes, which are a feature of some languages that allow them to offer suggestions when you ask for help!

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Lightning Talk: Moving Towards Dialogue: Collaborating with your Computer Using Typed Holes!

Vaibhav Sagar

Vaibhav likes using functional programming to write fewer bugs.

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