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Steven Proctor
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Functional Geekery Episode 124 - Sam Guyer and @CalebHelbling. We talk Juniper language, a functional reactive programming language for programming @arduino

In this episode I talk with Sam Guyer and Caleb Helbling. We talk about Juniper, a functional reactive programming language for Arduino programming. Our Guests, Sam Guyer and Caleb Helbling Sam Guyer http://www.calebh.io/ @CalebHelbling on Twitter…
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Functional Geekery Episode 123 w/ @ztellman. We talk his introduciton to #Clojure, his book Elements Of Clojure, and more.

In this episode I talk with Zach Tellman. We talk his introduction to Clojure, how he has noticed Clojure change over the past 10 years, his book Elements of Clojure, and more. Our Guest, Zach Tellman Zach’s website @ztellman on Twitter…
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Functional Geekery Episode 122 w/ @bltroutwine. We talk #Erlang [and @elixirlang], @rustlang, practical functional programming in Rust, and much more.

In this episode I talk with Brian Troutwine. We catch up with his work in Erlang, working in Rust, applying functional programming techniques to Rust, learning Erlang compared to Rust, his book “Concurrent Rust” that is in the works, and much more. Our…
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Functional Geekery Episode 121 w/ @doppioslash. We catch up since her last episode and talk Elm and PureScript, GRiSP, applying functional ideas to game programming, and more.

In this episode I talk with Claudia Doppioslash. We catch up with what she has been doing since Episode 42, which includes PureScript and Elm, GRiSP, applying functional ideas to game programming, and more. Our Guest, Claudia Doppioslash…
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Functional Geekery Episode 120 - Lisa Passing. We talk her intro to Clojure, and then talk @rustlang and how that fits with functional programming.

In this episode I talk with Lisa Passing. We talk her introduction to Clojure and functional programming, her intro to Rust, how Rust fits in the functional programming world, and more. Our Guest, Lisa Passing lislis on Github Conference Announcements…
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Functional Geekery Episode 119 with @jaredforsyth. We catch up on what about @reasonml appeals to him, @ReasonTownFM, and what is keeping him excited about @reasonml.

In this episode I talk with Jared Forsyth. We talk his exploration of programming languages, his exposure to programming languages, work in the Reason community, Reason Town, and more. Our Guest, Jared Forsyth @jaredforsyth on Twitter jaredly on Github…
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Functional Geekery Episode 117 w/ @ericnormand. We talk @pfunctional_tv, ClojureScript, re-frame, @clojureSYNC, and more!

In this episode I talk with Eric Normand. We catch up with what he has been up to since last episode, talk re-frame in ClojureScript, his newsletter, Clojure SYNC, online community discussions, and more. Our Guest, Eric Normand @ericnormand on Twitter…
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Functional Geekery Episode 116 w/ @iradupopescu We talk C++, #Erlang, and end with a overview of @rustlang

In this episode I talk with Radu Popescu. We talk his introduction to software development, high performance C++, where functional ideas fit in with high performance C++, CernVM File System, Erlang, an overview of where Rust fits between functional…
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Functional Geekery Episode 115 - Sam Williams. We talk #Erlang, HydrOS, @ArchainTeam, and more.

In this episode I talk with Sam Williams. We talk his introduction to programming, moving to web-development with Erlang, the HydrOS project, the Archain project, and more. Our Guest, Sam Williams samcamwilliams on Github @ArchainTeam on Twitter…
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Functional Geekery Episode 114 w/ @mononcqc We talk his intro to #Erlang, community entry, property testing and more

In this episode I talk with Fred Herbert. We talk his introduction to Erlang, making languages accessible to the community, productionization as a phase of software, property testing, we wrap up with a tease of how “Everything is Terrible”, and much more.…
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