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March with Scott Wlaschin Functional Kats

Great news! We are getting visitors :D

Scott Wlaschin is kindly coming over to tells us very cool stuff about functional programming :

Many examples in functional programming assume that you are always on the "happy path". But to create a robust real world application you must deal with validation, logging, network and service errors, and other annoyances. So, how do you handle all this in a clean functional way? This workshop will provide a brief hands-on introduction to this topic, using a fun and easy-to-understand railway analogy.


Scott has over 20 years experience in software development, design and architecture, covering all aspects of business software.  He is the creator of the popular F# web site,

, and has done many F# presentations at conferences and user-groups around the world.

Finally, we support an harassment free environment at Functional Kats. Please make sure to read Engine Yard's Anti Harassment Statement

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  • near Form

    nearForm is a software company with open source in it's DNA.

  • Workday

    Workday kindly provides us with venue as well as some invited speakers.

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