Slides from LambdaCon

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Phew, finally back in familiar surroundings of London after back-to-back conferences in Italy where I spoke about Elm and F# at CodeMotion Rome and LambdaCon. It was a great couple of days, saw some interesting talks (I’ll write up some summaries later), met some old friends and made new ones.

Here are the slides for my Elm and F# talk at LambdaCon.

Slides and source code from other LambdaCon talks is also available on Github.


Next up, F# Exchange on 17th April!

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