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You've been meaning to read some clever books, but you've been too lazy, and they're all too big. You might all be Haskell developers (or Haskell enthusiasts), but what on earth is a preorder? Why should anyone care?
In this talk, you'll find more digestible and fun ways to approach category theory, explaining the buzzwords as we go. Irene will build from examples, give some motivation, and see where we end up!
If you want to find out what the "category" in "category theory" means, while not falling asleep, this is the talk for you!
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Irene worked on video products at Amazon, static analyzers at Facebook, and now mortgages at Habito. She also climbs walls, pets cats, and eats plants.