Videos from Functional Conf 2017
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Functional Conf 2017
Pilgrim's Progress to the Promised Land
An Introduction to Erlang - From behind the Trenches
Concurrent Languages are Functional
Elixir by the Bellyful
Lessons Learned using PureScript to build Mobile App Development Framework
Targeted Property-Based Testing
Haskell SpriteKit - a Purely Functional API for a Stateful Animation System and Physics Engine
Real-world Haskell: Good, Bad, & Ugly - Experience of putting 34,000 lines in production
Practical eff monad for micro-services
Design Patterns vs. Anti-pattern in APL
Erlang and Akka Actors - A story of tradeoffs
Power extreme: Algebraic data types and pattern matching
Service Discovery using CRDTs
Functional Programming in Aviation
Functional Array Funhouse Intensive
From Haskell 98 to Modern Haskell - Making sense of the Haskell type system
The Tale of Troy
Eta Fibers: Towards Better Concurrency on the JVM
All Chat Applications
High-Performance Messaging with Aeron
Beyond Lambdas & Streams - Functional Fluency in Java
Umbrella Apps - Winter is coming
Turn Hours into Seconds - Concurrent Event Processing
Mining Functional Patterns
High Performance Data Mart using Event Plots
Building a collaborative painting canvas with Phoenix
A peek in to Elm Architecture
Tests, Derivations, Proofs
Poka yoke: Mistake-proofing via Functional Programming
A practical guide to GenStage with a real-life use case.
Taming and Composing high performance Stream-Oriented Processing Systems for Big Data
Making it Fast: The Power of Benchmarking
Learning Computer Architecture
Git under the hood with OCaml
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