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SwiftFest Boston '19: To Mock 'to Mock a Mockingbird'

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SwiftFest Boston 2019 | To Mock 'to Mock a Mockingbird' | Daniel Steinberg

What you'll learn

Did you ever notice that there’s no “fun” in object-oriented or protocol-oriented programming, but functional programming starts with “fun”? In this fast-paced talk, Daniel Steinberg doesn't emphasize functional programming because it’s good for you. You'll look at games and puzzles that are nearly 100 years old to the invention of combinators.

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To Mock 'to Mock a Mockingbird'

About the author

SwiftFest is a conference focused on Swift. Why a fest? Swift is one of the most exciting programming languages released in the past decade. It has a variety of applications starting with iOS and embedded devices and ending with server-side and scripting. For this reason, we want to celebrate! Organized and operated completely by volunteers, SwiftFest offers workshops, talks, and networking with some of the most innovative developers in the Swift community space.

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