What we're about

På Dansk:

Vi er et fællesskab af funktionelle programmeringsentusiaster, nybegyndere, fagfolk og forskere.

Mødegruppe for Funktionelle Københavnere formål er at få flere software projekter til at tage udgangspunkt i funktionelle programmeringssprog.

Vi har primært fokus stærkt typede funktionelle sprog som: F#, Scala, OCaml og Haskell, men andre funktionelle programmeringssprog som Lisp, Erlang, Clojure, Elixir, osv. er mere end velkommen.

Vi forventer at mødes minimum 12 gange om året, hvis ikke flere, for at udveksle erfaringer ved bruget af de funktionelle programmeringssprog i software projekter som skulle være i/eller på vej til produktion.

Bemarkning: Vi er sprog agnostisk, selvom F# vises i gruppens navn og vi anvender Haskells logo.

In English:

We're a community of functional programming enthusiasts, newbies, professionals and researchers.

F#unctional Copenhageners Meetup Group goal is to get more software projects to be based on functional programming languages.

We mainly focus on strongly typed functional languages like: F#, Scala, OCaml and Haskell, but other functional programming languages ​​like Lisp, Erlang, Clojure, Elixir, etc. are more than welcome.

We expect to meet at least twelve times a year, if not more, to share experiences with regards of the use of functional programming languages ​​in software projects that are in / or heading to production.

Remark: We are language agnostic, even though F# appears in our name and we use Haskells logo.

Upcoming events (5+)

[Oskar Wickström]: Property-Based Testing The Ugly Parts

ABSTRACT Property-based testing has been praised and explored in both functional and object-oriented programming communities. Despite the papers and talks that tell inspiring stories of curious bugs being found by random tests, it can be hard to see how it applies to your day-to-day work. How do you go beyond testing small pure functions? In this talk we'll look at some techniques that you can use to test the "ugly" parts of your system, with real-world examples from Komposition, a screencast video editor written in Haskell. BIO After some years of musical education, Oskar Wickström began his journey into the world of software. He’s currently doing remote work in Haskell, and in his spare time, he creates screencasts at https://haskell-at-work.com/. Among the technical topics that interest Oskar are functional programming, systems design, web technology, and programming languages. --- We have set up a collaboration with Prosa, who generously offered to provide a location for our regular meetups. Please see Prosa's Calendar for more details: Prosa Calendar (https://www.prosa.dk/kalender/hele-kalenderen/) The ADA meeting room fits about 25 people and if we need more space, we can use the canteen (PASCAL), which has a capacity of at most 50 (fire regulation). Regards, Ramón and Joakim

MF#K: Meetup last Tuesday of every month

Needs a location

We have set up a collaboration with Prosa, who generously offered to provide a location for our regular meetups. Please see Prosa's Calendar for more details: Prosa Calendar (https://www.prosa.dk/kalender/hele-kalenderen/) The ADA meeting room fits about 25 people and if we need more space, we can use the canteen (PASCAL), which has a capacity of at most 50 (fire regulation). Regards, Ramón and Joakim

MF#K: Meetup last Tuesday of every month

Needs a location

We have set up a collaboration with Prosa, who generously offered to provide a location for our regular meetups. Please see Prosa's Calendar for more details: Prosa Calendar (https://www.prosa.dk/kalender/hele-kalenderen/) The ADA meeting room fits about 25 people and if we need more space, we can use the canteen (PASCAL), which has a capacity of at most 50 (fire regulation). Regards, Ramón and Joakim

MF#K: Meetup last Tuesday of every month

Needs a location

We have set up a collaboration with Prosa, who generously offered to provide a location for our regular meetups. Please see Prosa's Calendar for more details: Prosa Calendar (https://www.prosa.dk/kalender/hele-kalenderen/) The ADA meeting room fits about 25 people and if we need more space, we can use the canteen (PASCAL), which has a capacity of at most 50 (fire regulation). Regards, Ramón and Joakim

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