Tokyo Experience Report

Quite a few peo­ple have asked me about my trip to Tokyo recent­ly and to see some pic­tures, so here’s a com­plete­ly non-tech­ni­­cal post about my expe­ri­ence there! Hope­ful­ly this will help your plan­ning if you’re look­ing to vis­it Japan in the near future.   Air­ports There are two inter­na­tion­al air­ports for Tokyo – Nari­ta …

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Don’t learn a syntax, learn to change the way you think

A lan­guage that doesn’t affect the way you think about pro­gram­ming, is not worth know­ing.” — Alan Perlis In my last post, I out­lined the tech­niques to learn­ing that I picked up from Josh Kaufman’s TEDx talk. I briefly men­tioned that one should learn a new par­a­digm rather than a lan­guage with a slight­ly dif­fer­ent …

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Slides from LambdaCon

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 …

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Top 10 most memorable talks in 2014

2014 has been a good year, and it end­ed with a bang! With so many great talks to choose from, here are my top 10 most mem­o­rable talks I have attended/watched this year (not in any par­tic­u­lar order since they have all taught me some­thing dif­fer­ent).   Kevlin Hen­ney – Sev­en Inef­fec­tive Cod­ing Habits of …

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