What we're about

Func Prog Sweden is the community for anyone interested in functional programming. At the MeetUps we will explore different functional languages like Erlang, Elixir, Haskell, Scala, Clojure, OCaml, F# and more. We have also explored the functional aspects of C++, Java and more. Join the community to learn more, meet other people interested in functional programming and have fun.

All events are live streamed at the Func Prog Sweden YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/c/FuncProgSweden). And here you can also find all the past events.

Present at a MeetUp

If you have something you want to present at an event, contact the organizers. And you don't have to be in Stockholm or Sweden to present.

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Upcoming events (1)

Fifth Func Prog Sweden MeetUp 2022 – Online

Online event

Welcome to the fifth Func Prog Sweden MeetUp 2022 – Online

This MeetUp will be streamed live online on the Func Prog Sweden YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/FuncProgSweden

The program starts at 18.

  • Intro by Magnus Sedlacek
  • Functional programming in Python? by David Vujic
  • Virtual Machines for Functional Languages by Erik Happi Stenman

Abstract for Functional programming in Python?
How functional is Python? Is functional programming even applicable with the idea of writing Pythonic code & the Zen of Python? These things have been on my mind lately, since I have switched from Clojure to writing full time Python code. I will share some ideas on how to find a possible way to be both Pythonic, and Functional. I will demo how to get super fast feedback loops during development by using a thing called REPL Driven Development & keeping it Pythonic while adding functional patterns like Railway Oriented Programming.

David Vujic
https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidvujic/
https://twitter.com/davidvujic

Abstract for Virtual Machines for Functional Languages
Given two very different problems, and two different functional languages designed specifically to solve each problem, how does this affect the design of the virtual machine for the language. We will look at two virtual machines BEAM and Fate. BEAM was designed for reliable services with a high number of transactions. FATE was designed for secure execution of blockchain contracts. You will also get some stories from real uses of these machines.

Erik Happi Stenman
Erik is the CTO of Happi Hacking, helping companies with their software projects. Erik is one of the world's most experienced Erlang developers. He has been programming Erlang since 1994; as a master's student, as a doctoral student in the HiPE research group at Uppsala University, as a CSO and CTO at Klarna and now as a senior developer in several customer projects.
https://happihacking.com/
https://www.linkedin.com/in/happi/
https://twitter.com/erik_stenman

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Past events (20)

Fourth Func Prog Sweden MeetUp 2022 – IRL and online

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