In this episode I talk with Oskar Wickström. We talk his introduction to software development, journey to functional programming, tooling, state machines and static typing, and more.
Our Guest, Oskar Wickström
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How Oskar moved from music to programming
PHP for a band website
What made software become more interesting to move into development
What made to move to looking into other languages
Object-Oriented Programming in PHP
C# and .NET
“Absorbing every advice from people that I respected”
How Oskar was exposed to Haskell
Learn You A Haskell
Programming Scala as Java, but with a better syntax
What were the “Ah-Ha” moments when starting to learn Haskell
Static-Dispatch in Haskell vs Dynamic-Dispatch in Java
Implementing an Event Store
Making the move from Haskell in side projects to working in Haskell
Giving mini-trainings on functional programming concepts
Dual Feedback loop between play projects and applying to work problems
First work project in Haskell
Using a language to deliver small tooling for yourself
Trying to use the best tooling
How Oskar thinks about picking tooling
The Unix Philosophy of “doing one thing and one thing well”
PureScript middleware like Express and Connect in Node.js
Representing middleware as a state-machine verified by a type system
Why run PureScript in a Node.js environment?
“That’s a question I always get asked when people ask me about Hyper”
Migrating an existing Node.js app to PureScript
Hardy Jones mentioning purerl on Magic Read Along
Overview of upcoming talk “Finite State Machines – Your Compiler Wants In”
“This is a very nice hammer, but you don’t want to apply it everywhere”
Haskell eXchange 2018
As always, a giant Thank You goes to David Belcher for the logo design.