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SkillsCast

Lightning Talks 1

6th October 2016 in London at CodeNode

There are 31 other SkillsCasts available from Haskell eXchange 2016

Lightning Talks 1

Steven Kutsch

Steven has a Master of Computer Science at the Trier University of Applied Sciences and is currently a Research assistant at the University of Hagen in the area of knowledge based systems.

Jann Mueller

Jann is a computer scientist and programmer. He is a Ph.D. candidate at University College London, where he publishes on Artificial Intelligence. He is currently working for Sphonic, a London-based startup, developing smart tools to fight fraud. Prior to that, Jann was at SAP Research where he thought up new techniques for handling inconsistencies in design documentation. He is a passionate advocate of functional programming, whether it is in Scala at work or in Haskell and Agda at home.

Matthias Fischmann

Matthias is a software developer and consultant. Exclusive focus on Haskell since 2015.

Andor Penzes

Andor is a Haskell developer and enthusiast, interested in theoretical computer science, he has industrial experience with functional and object oriented programming, QA engineering, learns dependently typed programming and playing the hangdrum. Andor has recently revived his interest in compiler construction.

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About the Speakers

Lightning Talks 1

Steven Kutsch

Steven has a Master of Computer Science at the Trier University of Applied Sciences and is currently a Research assistant at the University of Hagen in the area of knowledge based systems.

Jann Mueller

Jann is a computer scientist and programmer. He is a Ph.D. candidate at University College London, where he publishes on Artificial Intelligence. He is currently working for Sphonic, a London-based startup, developing smart tools to fight fraud. Prior to that, Jann was at SAP Research where he thought up new techniques for handling inconsistencies in design documentation. He is a passionate advocate of functional programming, whether it is in Scala at work or in Haskell and Agda at home.

Matthias Fischmann

Matthias is a software developer and consultant. Exclusive focus on Haskell since 2015.

Andor Penzes

Andor is a Haskell developer and enthusiast, interested in theoretical computer science, he has industrial experience with functional and object oriented programming, QA engineering, learns dependently typed programming and playing the hangdrum. Andor has recently revived his interest in compiler construction.

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