Daniel Chambers Senior Consultant at ReadifyTwitter @danielchmbrs
In his spare time, Daniel is an avid video gamer, science fiction book reader and a heavy sleeper. :)
Friday 09:00 - 10:00
Functional programming is becoming more and more popular and is starting to penetrate mainstream software development. You may have already used languages and libraries that support a functional programming style. But one language stands out as the epitome of functional programming: Haskell. What is it about Haskell that makes it a pure functional programming language? What features does it provide that can help us write quality, maintainable software? How can Haskell give us the confidence to safely refactor and change our software over time?
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