Wednesday, February 26, 2014

6:30 PM

  • C2FO

    4210 Shawnee Mission Pkwy, Fairway, KS (map)
    39.028881 -94.634811

  • Sharpen Your Skills - Curtis Cockerham
    F# is Microsoft's functional programming language. Like most .NET languages, F# has, *ahem* borrowed...features of many different functional languages such as Haskell and OCaml. This talk will go over some of the basics as well as parsing through datasets using lync inside of F#.
    About the Speaker
    Curtis plays a developer on TV and in a pinch can speak on a topic like he knows what he is talking about.
    Demystifying Haskell - Andrew Rademacher
    An in-depth examination of the Fibonacci sequence intended to demonstrate the value of Haskell, bust myths about the difficulty of using Haskell and encourage further research and interest in the language.
    About the speaker
    Andrew is a software consultant with experience delivering telemarketing, manufacturing and analytic systems to both web and native platforms.
    New Attendees
    Welcome!  This is an easy meetup to get involved with.  There are no functional programming experience expectations or prerequisites of any kind, though some talks are more advanced than others.  These events are generally well suited to help infuse functional programming ideas into an existing programming skill set.
    Location Details 
    The address is 4210 Shawnee Mission Parkway, Suite 400A.
    C2FO offices are on the top floor of the same building in which Fairway, KS City Hall is located.  This building is right behind Stroud's restaurant and LLKC attendees should be able to gain entry from any door.  If anyone has trouble getting in just call Pete's cell at 206-778-1545.
    Additional Notes 
    Cerner is sponsoring pizza, so come hungry!
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