An off-the-cuff stream of Functional Programming ideas, skills, patterns, and news from Functional Programming expert Eric Normand of LispCast.
Curious as to what's happening in the F# ecosystem? Whether you're a long-time F# lover or functionally curious, this is a great means of keeping up to speed with functional programming on the .NET platform!
A podcast from functional programming enthusiasts delving into the world of software engineering. Our goal is to make pragmatic functional programming accessible to everyone.
LambdaCast is a podcast about functional programming for working developers. Our focus is to describe concepts using clear everyday language without watering anything down. If you've ever been curious about FP but were turned off by the jargon or unfamiliar concepts, this is the place to be. Thoughts, comments, critique? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org Music is "Lively Lumpsucker" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License Icon is a mod ...
Erlang and sometimes other functional programming
Catalog description A study of three programming paradigms and their associated languages: the functional paradigm with Scheme, the logical/declarative paradigm with Prolog, and the concurrent processing paradigm with Java. Objective The objective of this course is to learn three major programming models that complement the procedural and object-oriented models: The functional paradigm The declarative/logic paradigm The concurrent paradigm Each of these models is based on a body of theory an ...
The Fitness Movement is a series of informative rants on various topics within the Sport of Fitness. No fluff, no BS, just practical ways to help you improve your CrossFit performance. We’ll deep dive on topics such as Mastering Movements (Double Unders, Overhead Squats, Muscle-Ups), Program Design (Assessment, Creating a Training Year and Training Cycles), Improving Strength (Weightlifting and Gymnastics) and Endurance (Bike, Row, Run, SkiErg, etc.) and anything else that can help coaches a ...
For audio, video, and text transcripts: https://lispcast.com/form-and-content-in-computer-science/โดย Eric Normand
Work with me (Stachu)! (shameless plug) Tartan generator script (for challenge) F# From the Ground Up Stylish F# Kit's personal and tartanizer twitter accounts Kit's 'Departures' fitbit face (Sense and Versa 3) Kit's Blog: Other Books Mentioned: The Elmish Book - Zaid Ajaj Expert F# 4.0 - Don Syme et. al. Get Programming with F# - Isaac Abraham Dom…
For audio, video, and text transcripts: https://lispcast.com/one-mans-view-of-computer-science/โดย Eric Normand
For audio, video, and text transcripts: https://lispcast.com/computing-then-and-now/โดย Eric Normand
For audio, video, and text transcripts: https://lispcast.com/the-synthesis-of-algorithmic-systems/โดย Eric Normand
For audio, video, and text transcripts: https://lispcast.com/is-clojure-a-language-for-hipsters/โดย Eric Normand
For audio, video, and text transcripts: https://lispcast.com/lambda-the-ultimate-goto/โดย Eric Normand
Engineers and QA are sometimes at odds with each other. In this episode I had a chance to catch up with JP Fairfield about the frustrations QA can encounter when engineers finish some code, only to then throw it over the fence at QA to test. This behavior is counter-productive and often leads to tensions between QA and engineers. We discuss how to …
For audio, video, and text transcripts: https://lispcast.com/can-programming-be-liberated-from-the-von-neumann-style/โดย Eric Normand
Katie and Shelby are both passionate about functional programming and Kotlin! Both recently made the move cross country from the west coast to the east coast to start their new roles. Shelby is starting a new job as a software engineer at Twitter. She will be working on the search infrastructure team focusing on backend development. Previously, she…
For audio, video, and text transcripts: https://lispcast.com/do-we-use-metacircular-evaluators-in-real-life/โดย Eric Normand
For audio, video, and text transcripts: https://lispcast.com/the-next-700-programming-languages/โดย Eric Normand
A chat with Michael Snoyman, VP of Engineering at FP Complete, author, speaker and creator of multiple open source libraries including Yesod and Haskell Stack. We were very curious to hear about FP Complete's recent foray into Rust. We talked about Haskell, monads, why a Haskell programmer might want to consider Rust, “bullet-point programming” and…
Learn about how to individualize a group program using Silos, and the principals I'm using to write our new online training program: The Protocol. Support the show (https://zoarfitness.com/get-a-coach/)โดย Ben Wise: Fitness Coach, CrossFit Athlete, ZOAR Fitness Owner
In this episode, we discuss Agile with Agile Coach Corinne Maloof and clear up some common misconceptions. Also joining us is special guest Brittney Braxton, software engineer at Duo Security.โดย Lambda Show
For audio, video, and text transcripts: https://lispcast.com/what-makes-some-apis-become-dsls/โดย Eric Normand
For audio, video, and text transcripts: https://lispcast.com/what-is-software-design-definition/โดย Eric Normand