Func Prog Sweden
Func Prog Sweden is the community for anyone interested in functional programming. At the MeetUps the community explore different functional languages like Erlang, Elixir, Haskell, PureScript, Elm, Scala, Clojure, ClojureScript, OCaml, F#, Agda, and more. The MeetUp community has also explored the functional aspects of C++, Java and more.
Head over to MeetUp to join the community to learn more, meet other people interested in functional programming and have fun.
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Introducing the Ninth Func Prog Sweden Meetup 2023 program! Join us for a warm welcome by Magnus Sedlacek, firstly a presentation on Better software design with domain modeling by Eric Normand and secondly a presentation on Went: GoJS diagrams in PureScript by André Muricy.
Introducing the Eighth Func Prog Sweden Meetup 2023 program! Join us for a warm welcome by Magnus Sedlacek, firstly a presentation on Introduction to fp-go, functional programming for golang by Dr. Carsten Leue and secondly a presentation on ChatGPT as your Erlang coach by Georgiana Chelu.
Introducing the Func Prog Sweden Meetup at Kivra 2023 program! Join us for a warm welcome by Magnus Sedlacek, firstly a presentation on “Super Haskell”: an introduction to Agda by André Muricy and secondly a presentation on Schema management with Scalameta by Lars Albertsson.
I’m a web developer specialized in working with the Elm programming language. In my free time I maintain https://ascii-collab.app/ a website where people can draw ascii art on a shared canvas and I run elm-review-bot, a github bot that checks Elm packages for common mistakes. I also enjoy biking and bouldering.
In this talk we showcase the application of functional programming in a very large industrial setting. At Standard Chartered Bank, Haskell forms the core of a software library supporting the entire Financial Markets (FM), a business line with 5.7 billion USD operating income in 2022. Typed functional programming is used across the entire tech stack, including foundational APIs and CLIs for deal valuation and risk analysis, server-side components for long-running batches or sub-second RESTful services, and end-user GUIs. Thousands of users interact with software built using functional programming, and over one hundred write their own functional code.
Dhall and more configuration languages in theory and practice
Rodrigo has always been fascinated by problem solving and that is why he picked up programming – so that he could solve more problems. He also loves sharing knowledge, and that is why he spends so much time writing articles in his blog mathspp.com/blog, writing on Twitter @mathsppblog, and giving workshops and courses.
The category of polynomial functors and (dependent) lenses has tons of expressive power, and can be used to model various applications whose connection may not be obvious. André Muricy presents polynomial functors and their relevance in applied category theory, starting with their representation in Haskell, then describing the usefulness of dependent types for fully expressing them, and ending with application examples.
Adrian provides an overview of Swift, its relevance to functional programming, and demonstrates examples of Swift syntax and features such as immutability, functions, higher-order functions, lazy evaluation, and product types.
In this video, AbulAsar Sayyad talks about displaying the current logged-in user using Phoenix Presence. He starts with a demo of the application and goes on to explain Live View, Phoenix Channels, Topics, and Phoenix PubSub. He also mentions the need for authentication in this project. He concludes with code explanations and highlights the real-time building feature of Live View. His talk is aimed at developers who want to learn how to display the current user using Phoenix Presence using real-time building.