Our Guest, Reid Evans
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Reid’s YouTube Channel
The Strange Loop coming! It will be held in St. Louis, MO on September 28-30, 2017 at the Peabody Opera House. To submit your CfP, visit http://thestrangeloop.com/.
PWLConf 2017 will be taking place September 28th in St. Louis, MO, before Strange Loop. Visit http://pwlconf.org/ for more information and to stay updated on latest announcements.
Open FSharp will be taking place the 28th-29th of September in San Francisco, California. Visit openfsharp.org for more information and to register.
elm-conf is returning to St. Louis on September 28, 2017 for a day of learning, speaking, and connecting with the Elm language community. For more information and to register visit http://www.elm-conf.us/.
RacketCon is October 7th & 8th at the University of Washington, with keynote speakers Dan Friedman and Will Byrd. Visit http://con.racket-lang.org/ for more information and to register.
Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the release of Clojure October the 12th – 14th at the Clojure/Conj in Baltimore, Maryland. Visit http://2017.clojure-conj.org/ for more information and to register.
LambdaWorld will be taking place in Cadiz, Spain on October 26th and 27th. For more information visit and to keep updated visit http://www.lambda.world/.
CodeMesh is coming up November 8th and 9th in London. For more information, and to keep an eye open for registration, visit http://www.codemesh.io/.
Moonconf will be taking place the 9th-11th of November. For more information visit http://moonconf.org/.
Clojure SYNC will be taking place in New Orleans on February 15th & 16th of 2018. For more information and to register visit: http://clojuresync.com/.
LambdaDays 2018 will be taking place February 22nd and 23rd in Kraków, Poland. For more information, and to register, visit http://www.lambdadays.org/.
If you have a conference related to functional programming, contact me, and I will be happy to announce it.
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What set the stage for first exposure for functional programming
Rachel Reese’s episode of Functional Geekery
Stop Writing Classes by Jack Diederich
Practical Functional Programming by James Coglin
What set the stage for F#
Interface Segregation Principle
Scott Wlaschin on Functional Geekery Episode 66 and Episode 98
Railway Oriented Programming
Making the sale for folding F# back into work
Sharing the ideas of functional programming with co-workers
“Wow, you just don’t have that many bugs anymore”
Professor Frisby’s Mostly Adequate Guide to Functional Programming
Lining up the shapes of data
Reid’s presentation at LambdaConf
Expanding functional programming concepts to broader communities
Tribes by Seth Godin
Common pain points that help sell functional programming
Planning an upcoming functional programming conference in Knoxville, Tennessee
Vision for what the conference might look like
“If we have 500 [people] we have to drastically change our ideas”
If you are interested in Functional Knox remotely reach out
As always, a giant Thank You goes to David Belcher for the logo design.