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Functional escape from the imperative world Message Board › Meetup torsdag flyttet til 29.august

Meetup torsdag flyttet til 29.august

Finn Espen G.
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Beklager endringen, men flere meldte at de kunne komme om det var utenfor ferietiden. Her er litt info om møtet:

ABOUT THE PRESENTATION
I'll present why Scheme, being a dialect of Lisp, has been called a "programmable programming language".
TARGET AUDIENCE
From feeble novices to experts.
There should be interesting stuff to people coming from other languages as well: JavaScript, Java, C#, C/C++, Python, Perl, PHP, etc.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
Mind-blowing stuff. You'll be able to see THE MATRIX with your own eyes and use that to be a better programming in YOUR favourite language.
CONTENTS
I'll show how programming language features such as exception handling, object-orientation, goto (yes, goto) can be implemented as PURE scheme libraries, so that you can type
(import (exception-handling))
(import (goto))
in Scheme. All examples are short (~25 lines) and actually work!
FOR NOVICES, REALLY?
YES! I'll explain everything you need to know. It's gonna be easy!
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