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Functional Languages User Group

A session at Open World Forum 2013

  • Ori Pekelman
  • Lucas DiCioccio

Saturday 5th October, 2013

9:00am to 1:00pm (PMT)

Haskell, oCaml, Elixir, Erlang, Scala, F# and Clojure have great communities in Paris. And were getting them all together! For a functional matinée!

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Ori Pekelman

Founder, Constellation Matrix

Entrepreneur (Internet Patrol, aSmallWorld, af83, Commerce Guys), I have over 20 years experience creating technical innovations, primarily large-scale and distributed applications and architectures. Currently working as an independent consultant helping companies and institutions implement ambitious projects involving distributed systems, API strategy and big data.

Previously, CTO of af83, a vibrant parisian and san-franciscan company specializing in the rapid development of scalable web architectures leveraging the latest technologies in NoSQL, asynchronous programming and light-weight RESTful SOAs.

In France, I am a promoter and organizer of community activities including the Paris DataGeeks meet-up, the Elixir language meet-up, several dozen BarCamps and the very successful 2009 DrupalCon Paris. I am very much an Open source advocate. I don't always code, but when I do, I write Ruby code (well, and some Javascript, Erlang and a bunch of other stuff).

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Lucas DiCioccio

Unknown, Paris Haskell user group

Lucas DiCioccio is a technology enthusiast who recently fell in love with functional programming and started the Haskell-Paris user group. He holds a PhD in computer science from UPMC and is interested in any computer networks and data mining aspects.

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When

Time 9:00am1:00pm PMT

Date Sat 5th October 2013

Where

Grand Salon, Beffroi de Montrouge

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