Functional Geekery

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Functional Geeks, Geeking Functionally

In this episode I talk with Eric Merritt. We talk about his background in Erlang, static typing and using OCaml, as well as micro kernels, and the importance operations plays in the developer role. Our Guest, Eric B. Merritt @ericbmerritt on Twitter
Functional Geekery Episode 20 - Eric B. Merritt
Functional Geekery Episode 20 - Eric B. Merritt
In this episode I talk with Julie Moronuki and Chris Allen. In this episode we talk about learning Haskell as a non-programmer, and some of the lessons we can learn as we try and teach others. Our Guests, Julie Moronuki and Chris Allen
Functional Geekery Episode 19 - Julie Moronuki and Chris Allen
Functional Geekery Episode 19 - Julie Moronuki and Chris Allen
In this episode I talk with Julie Moronuki and Chris Allen. In this episode we talk about learning Haskell as a non-programmer, and some of the lessons we can learn as we try and teach others. Our Guests, Julie Moronuki and Chris Allen
In this episode I talk with Eric Normand. We cover Eric's background in Clojure, his Clojure videos, core.async, teaching new topics to people, the Pre-Conj Prep for 2014, and his Clojure Gazette. Our Guest, Eric Normand @ericnormand on Twitter
Functional Geekery Episode 18 - Eric Normand
Functional Geekery Episode 18 - Eric Normand
In this episode I talk with José Valim. We cover what prompted him to create a new language, design decisions in Elixir, what is needed for a 1.0 release, and much, much more. Our Guest, José Valim @josevalim on Twitter @elixirlang on Twitter
Functional Geekery Episode 17 - José Valim
Functional Geekery Episode 17 - José Valim
In this episode I talk with Matthew Podwysocki. We talk about Reactive Programming and Functional Reactive Programming, and the Reactive Extensions project. We also touch on Matt's recent passion about hardware,
Functional Geekery Episode 16 - Matthew Podwysocki
Functional Geekery Episode 16 - Matthew Podwysocki
Functional Geekery Episode 15 - Bruce Tate
In this episode I talk with Bruce Tate. We talk about his books Seven Languages in Seven Weeks, and Seven More Languages in Seven Weeks, and cover what drove him to write the books, and what he thinks about the languages covered.
Functional Geekery Episode 15 - Bruce Tate
In this episode I talk with Richard Minerich. We cover his intro to F#, benefits of using F#, the inter-op story with the rest of the .NET Framework, and the direction of growth for F#. Our Guest, Richard Minerich http://richardminerich.com/