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Fall-from-Grace is a functional programming language project designed to be easy for others to fork to build their own domain-specific languages.
Fall-from-Grace is inspired by the Dhall configuration language, but boasts a few improvements such as JSON-compatible syntax, bidirectional type inference, and row polymorphism.
This talk gives a tour of the language's features and concludes with a demo web application that compiles Grace functions to interactive web forms.
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Gabriella is a functional programming evangelist best known for her blog, Haskell for all (haskellforall.com), and also for authoring the Dhall configuration language (dhall-lang.org). She not only promotes functional programming languages, but also draws inspiration from them to rethink and simplify imperative programming architectures. When she's not contributing to open source (@Gabriella439) she frivols away her time on Twitter (@GabriellaG439).