Join us for a Haskell Coding Dojo led by Danilo Sato and Mariana Bravo.
For those that don't know, here's what a Coding Dojo is:
Most programmers don't practice enough. A Coding Dojo is a space where programmers get together to practice and learn from each other. The sessions are centered around a programming challenge (http://www.dtsato.com/blog/2008/10/21/source-of-problems-for-your-coding-dojo/) but the goal is not to completely solve the problem. The goal is to maximize learning for the entire group. It's an inclusive, safe, and welcoming environment where you will learn and share your knowledge with other participants.
Motivated by Neal Ford's last session on Functional Thinking, we want to facilitate a Coding Dojo session in Haskell. You don't need to know anything about Haskell to participate, but we'll be glad to borrow your skills if you do. Join us to practice TDD and to apply functional thinking in a purely functional language while solving a fun problem.
As usual, food and drinks will be provided,
Hope to see you there,