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FP Patterns Versus OO Patterns

  • May 21, 2014 · 7:00 PM
  • Restaurant Oase

Hi all,

I am happy to announce that James Litsios is going to give the next presentation, titled FP Patterns Versus OO Patterns. Be prepared for a good show. James has carefully put together a set of insightful slides. He will not only elaborate on some of the 23 GOF patterns and their FP alternatives, but will also assess the FP/OO pattern approaches from the more general perspective of levels of interpretation.

The meetup takes place on Wednesday, May 21 at 7 PM. CHF 10.- will be charged as a contribution towards expenses.

The location (restaurant Oase) is inside Zurich Main Station, but not easy to find. If you come for the first time, please download this location description beforehand.

Looking forward to seeing you soon.

Cheers, Marc

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  • James l.

    The audio failed to record, so youtube will wait until I rerecord it!

    May 21, 2014

    • James l.

      Intro yes, but not the core of yesterday's content as went way too deep for an intro. I think the F# for C# dev presentation will really be a big general FP intro plus much of the stateful monad content I present to F# team a year ago within the context of a two level flow view of the monad. I will include a few of the more flow diagrams of yesterday as " motivator" for learning the "deeper stuff" but without explaining how they are achieved.

      May 22, 2014

    • Karl B.

      No doubt it's worth hearing it a second time. ;-)

      May 22, 2014

  • Karl B.

    The talk was really cool. Quite challenging, but a lot of interesting ideas.

    May 21, 2014

  • James l.

    Yes, I was invited to talk there. It turns out to be a good thing because I asked myself: how to talk to OO developers. And the answer is valuable enough that part of that thinking with be in the F# group talk.

    May 2, 2014

  • Karl B.

    That sounds really very interesting, in the tradition of the talks I have experienced in this group. ;-)

    May 2, 2014

  • Karl B.

    Hi,
    it looks like the C#/.net-usergroup is doing a session that is dealing with F#:
    http://www.meetup.com/Zurich-Developers-NET-User-Group/events/180676372/
    Best regards
    Karl

    May 2, 2014

  • James l.

    Hi everyone, just to note that I am taking the time to prepare a "killer" presentation that goes to the soul of FP versus OO (not only talking about patterns). So don't hesitate to invite a friend.
    James

    April 29, 2014

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