This is part two of a number of mini interviews I did at LambdaConf 2015. While I was there, I setup my laptop and microphone off to the side for a bit and recorded episodes with anybody who was interested in a mini interview.
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Code Mesh 2015 is going to take place on the 3rd and 4th of November, and listeners can use the code fngeekery10 to get 10% off the two days of conference when you register.
Kats Conf 15 is going to take place on the 12th of September in 2015. Co-organized by past guest Andrea Magnorsky, this is a conference that looks to impress.
How to approach building a fault-tolerant system
8 Fallacies of Distributed Computing
Realtime embedded systems
How to structure the internet/ARPANet
Early distributed systems theory about relational databases
Microservices and distributed systems
NTP (Network Time Protocol)
Mathematics and Programming
Study NTP; read the NTP RFCs from start to finish
Overview of Pawel’s talk on Monads
Douglas Crockford’s “Curse of the Monad”
Openness of people at LambdaConf 2015
Wide variety of talks on different languages
The parallels between Scala and Clojure
Path to Functional Programming and path to Elm
Elm’s signals and actions
Catching up with the progress of ClojureScript and PureScript
A giant Thank You to David Belcher for the logo design.