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I’m Mikael — the CTO of CarbonCloud, a climate-tech SaaS company, we help the food industry to solve their part of the climate crisis.
We use strongly typed functional programming languages exclusively – and that is a is a pure business decision.
In this talk I’ll cover how we capture knowledge as code to enable rapid growth, increase quality, reduce number of needed tests and more easily include non-developers in discussions.
- What is ”knowledge” more specifically?
- Why do we want to capture it as code?
- How come that strongly typed FP languages are so good at it?
- How do you do it more concretely?
This is my attempt to show why we use strongly typed languages such as Haskell and why I think others, especially managers, should push for more these techniques and tools in their organizations.
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Rapidly growing startup + Haskell + Knowledge-as-code = 💓
Serial entrepreneur and CTO of several companies. He loves working collaboratively and believe in strong, decentralized teams who make great things together that is used, loved and stable. When not working or spreading the benefits of functional programming he likes spending time outdoors bush-crafting.