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  1. [ny-haskell] A Pragmatic Case for Static Typing with Brian Hurt


    from Richard Minerich Liked 4,410 34 2

    Link: http://www.meetup.com/NY-Haskell/events/126945882/ This beginners-friendly talk will explain some of the reasons why Haskell programmers are so enthusiastic about static typing: it helps…

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    • Øredev 2014 - Neal Ford - FUNCTIONAL THINKING


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      Learning the syntax of a new language is easy, but learning to think under a different paradigm is hard. This session helps you transition from a Java writing imperative programmer to a functional…

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      • Scott Wlaschin - Domain modelling with the F# type system


        from NDC Conferences Liked 4,652 74 0

        Statically typed functional programming languages like F# encourage a very different way of thinking about types. The type system is your friend, not an annoyance, and can be used in many ways that…

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        • Functional programming design patterns by Scott Wlaschin


          from NDC Conferences Liked 12K 140 4

          In object-oriented development, we are all familiar with design patterns such as the Strategy pattern and Decorator pattern, and design principles such as SOLID. The functional programming community…

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          • Scott Wlaschin - Railway Oriented Programming -- error handling in functional languages


            from NDC Conferences Liked 6,203 76 1

            When you build real world applications, you are not always on the "happy path". You must deal with validation, logging, network and service errors, and other annoyances. How do you manage…

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            • Kevlin Henney - Seven Ineffective Coding Habits of Many Programmers


              from NDC Conferences Liked 13.6K 105 2

              Habits help you manage the complexity of code. You apply existing skill and knowledge automatically to the detail while focusing on the bigger picture. But because you acquire habits largely by imitation,…

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              • Robert C. Martin - The Single Responsibility Principle.


                from NDC Conferences Liked 6,066 54 2

                Let's do a deep dive into the first of the SOLID principles. What is a responsibility? Why should it be single? How do we make it single? We'll examine all these issues in extreme detail.…

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                • Michael Feathers - Deep Design Lessons


                  from NDC Conferences Liked 1,694 20 1

                  It seems that the word 'design' has been surrendered to UX over the past few years. We don't talk about the internal design of software as much as we used to. However, there are still…

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                  • Readable, Maintainable, Trustworthy Unit Tests


                    from JavaZone Liked 1,072 8 0

                    In this session, Roy Osherove, Author of 'The Art Of Unit Testing' , explains how unit tests, done wrong, can actually hurt your project more than they help. ROy introduces the three pillars…

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                    • Greg Young - How to get productive in a project in 24h


                      from NDC Conferences Liked 1,755 24 0

                      So you are entering a new contract, or maybe its just a new project you are being transfered to. How do you get up, going, and committing on your first day? How to identify the areas of the system…

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                      • Visualize your architecture and information


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                        Do you want to communicate more effectively? Do you want create better maintainable software? If so, come and listen to this presentation to get some hands on tips on techniques and tools. Visualization…

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                        • Real Agile: How Real Tests Lead to Real Progress


                          from JavaZone Liked 1,333 5 1

                          Unit tests are programmer's best friend, but relying on them exclusively gives an illusion of overall system integrity. At some level, we need to verify how our components integrate and ensure…

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