Eric Normand

I help people learn Functional Programming ☞ Speaking + Training + Consulting + Writing ☞ lispcast.com Clojure Training ☞ purelyfunctional.tv

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How can pure functions represent state change?
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How can pure functions represent state change?
August, 16 2018
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 287: DataScript, GraphQL, CRDTs
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PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 287: DataScript, GraphQL, CRDTs
August, 13 2018
What is callback hell?
lispcast.comArticle
What is callback hell?
August, 13 2018
How is a cook like functional programming?
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How is a cook like functional programming?
August, 9 2018
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 286: Broken APIs, CIDER, Immutability
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PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 286: Broken APIs, CIDER, Immutability
August, 6 2018
What is the primary superpower of functional programmers?
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What is the primary superpower of functional programmers?
August, 6 2018
Does functional programming have an answer for everything?
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Does functional programming have an answer for everything?
August, 2 2018
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 285: Scraping, Laziness, Design Patterns
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PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 285: Scraping, Laziness, Design Patterns
July, 30 2018
What does it mean to compose in functional programming?
lispcast.comArticle
What does it mean to compose in functional programming?
July, 30 2018
Reduce complexity at every step
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Reduce complexity at every step
July, 26 2018
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 284: Threading, React, OTP
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PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 284: Threading, React, OTP
July, 23 2018
What is Immutability?
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What is Immutability?
July, 19 2018
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 283: Spec, Error messages!, Games
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PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 283: Spec, Error messages!, Games
July, 16 2018
What does it mean for programs to be built using "whole values"?
lispcast.comArticle
What does it mean for programs to be built using "whole values"?
July, 16 2018
How is Functional Programming like grocery shopping?
lispcast.comArticle
How is Functional Programming like grocery shopping?
July, 12 2018
LambdUp Speaker Interview
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LambdUp Speaker Interview
July, 12 2018
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 282: Careers, Errors, P2P
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PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 282: Careers, Errors, P2P
July, 9 2018
Divide and conquer algorithms
lispcast.comArticle
Divide and conquer algorithms
July, 9 2018
apt-get install leiningen
clojuresync.comArticle
apt-get install leiningen
July, 7 2018
David Nolen [Clojure SYNC 2018]
clojuresync.comArticle
David Nolen [Clojure SYNC 2018]
July, 7 2018
Should we fear intelligent machines?
clojuresync.comArticle
Should we fear intelligent machines?
July, 7 2018
The #3 most important idea in Computer Science
lispcast.comArticle
The #3 most important idea in Computer Science
July, 5 2018
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 281: Intelligence Augmentation, Complexity, Game Engines
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PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 281: Intelligence Augmentation, Complexity, Game Engines
July, 2 2018
The #2 most important idea in Computer Science
lispcast.comArticle
The #2 most important idea in Computer Science
July, 2 2018
Clojure Error Messages are Accidental
lispcast.comArticle
Clojure Error Messages are Accidental
June, 28 2018
What is the business value of Clojure?
lispcast.comArticle
What is the business value of Clojure?
June, 28 2018
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 280: Datomic Ions, Costly Code, Monad drama
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PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 280: Datomic Ions, Costly Code, Monad drama
June, 25 2018
The #1 Most Important idea in Computer Science
lispcast.comArticle
The #1 Most Important idea in Computer Science
June, 25 2018
Is Smalltalk a Functional language? Is Lisp Object-Oriented?
lispcast.comArticle
Is Smalltalk a Functional language? Is Lisp Object-Oriented?
June, 21 2018
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 279: Clojure web frameworks
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PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 279: Clojure web frameworks
June, 18 2018
Why do we need a Theory of Functional Programming?
lispcast.comArticle
Why do we need a Theory of Functional Programming?
June, 18 2018
George Kierstein [Clojure SYNC 2018]
clojuresync.comArticle
George Kierstein [Clojure SYNC 2018]
June, 15 2018
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 278: Parinfer, Naming, GraphQL
purelyfunctional.tvArticle
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 278: Parinfer, Naming, GraphQL
June, 10 2018
Will Byrd [Clojure SYNC 2018]
clojuresync.comArticle
Will Byrd [Clojure SYNC 2018]
April, 25 2018
Kim Crayton [Clojure SYNC 2018]
clojuresync.comArticle
Kim Crayton [Clojure SYNC 2018]
April, 13 2018
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 272: Did you see the redesign?
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PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 272: Did you see the redesign?
April, 9 2018
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 271: Falsehoods, Deliverability, cljs.main
purelyfunctional.tvArticle
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 271: Falsehoods, Deliverability, cljs.main
April, 2 2018
7 Falsehoods Programmers Believe about Place & Time
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7 Falsehoods Programmers Believe about Place & Time
March, 30 2018
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 270: Lisp and the metacircular interpreter
purelyfunctional.tvArticle
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 270: Lisp and the metacircular interpreter
March, 26 2018
Revenge of the Pragmatists
clojuresync.comArticle
Revenge of the Pragmatists
March, 17 2018
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 268: Apropos, Datomic, Serverless
purelyfunctional.tvArticle
PurelyFunctional.tv Newsletter 268: Apropos, Datomic, Serverless
March, 12 2018
Clojure SYNC: Exploring the past and future of software
clojuresync.comArticle
Clojure SYNC: Exploring the past and future of software
January, 2 2018
How to plan for Mardi Gras
clojuresync.comArticle
How to plan for Mardi Gras
December, 14 2017
3 Direct Business Benefits of attending Clojure SYNC
clojuresync.comArticle
3 Direct Business Benefits of attending Clojure SYNC
December, 14 2017
Clojure vs. The Static Typing World
lispcast.comArticle
Clojure vs. The Static Typing World
October, 31 2017
But the World is Mutable
lispcast.comArticle
But the World is Mutable
September, 25 2017
Global Mutable State
lispcast.comArticle
Global Mutable State
September, 19 2017
Programming Paradigms and the Procedural Paradox
lispcast.comArticle
Programming Paradigms and the Procedural Paradox
August, 30 2017
Reasoning About Code
lispcast.comArticle
Reasoning About Code
August, 21 2017
Immutable Paper
lispcast.comArticle
Immutable Paper
August, 14 2017
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Eric Normand is a writer who has produced content for lispcast.com, clojuresync.com, and dev.to
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Functional Programming, Eric Normand, Turing Machine, Computer Science, Clojure Sync, Data Structures, Immutable Data, Important Idea, Left Hand, Lispcast Introduction
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