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Luke has devised a technique and library to allow a programmer to define a user-interaction as an abstract program which can then in turn be used to derive a CLI, GUI and Web user-interface simultaneously. This cuts down on development time considerably, future-proofs code against changes in technology stacks and makes it trivial to produce tests. During this Lightning Talk you will learn about this library and how to use it.
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Luke has been programming in Scala for about 6 years. He is a contractor who is currently working as a Lead Developer for Cap Gemini. Luke also teaches occasional Programming and Systems Administration training courses for professionals.