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Casey A.

Location:

Midvale, UT

Member since:

July 15, 2014

LL is open to a wide range of topics. What languages, paradigms, or topics interest you most?

I'm interested in how algorithms translate from imperative to pure functional languages and improving my haskell skill

LL is about discussion of interesting ideas. What are some topics you'd be willing to present on which you think would be of interest to the group?

My experience coming from a mostly imperative background to learning how to program functionally

What languages do you have the most experience with in a professional setting?

scala, php, js, and go

Introduction

A computer scientist that focuses on functional programming and proper testing.


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