Friday 10th January, 2014
9:30am to 10:30am
It's OK to admit it: All your friends are coming in to work in the morning talking about that wicked sweet algorithm they wrote in like 3 lines of OCaml, and you're a little jealous. You went and downloaded haskell and clojure and started playing around and then: "OH GOD HOW DO I WRITE A LOOP WAIT WHY SHOULD I CARE ABOUT HOMOICONICITY WHAT DO YOU MEAN MONAD WTF IS ZYGOHISTOMORPHIC PREPROMORPHISM I JUST WANTED TO WRITE A PROGRAM"
**It's cool**. We won't tell *anybody*.
If you've been having higher-order-function envy, we've got the perfect thing for you -- we're holding a support group for the object-ively minded, to help you recover and learn to live functionally.
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