Data Analysis with Vector Functional Programming

15 Jun 2016 | , , ,
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Tim Thornton, a software developer with Kx Labs in Ontario, gave a talk called Data Analysis with Vector Functional Programming at the YOW! Lambda Jam, a conference which takes a deep dive into functional programming and was held in Brisbane, Australia, April 28-29, 2016.

In his description of his 26-minute talk Tim said:

The attendee will leave the talk with a basic understanding of the vector functional paradigm, how it may be useful in practical domains, an understanding of array-based thinking (practical in any functional programming language), and hopefully, an appreciation — or at least openness — toward terse and precise syntax.

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