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About this event
Every engineer deals (be it willingly or not ;) ) with types when coding.
With the rapid development of various programming languages such as TypeScript, Swift, Kotlin, Rust, etc, numerous new "types" are being introduced.
In this talk, the speaker will give a glimpse on some cutting-edge types that may (or may not) come into our day-to-day lives.
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Daisuke is an engineer manager at PROGRIT Inc, an English coaching start-up based in Tokyo.
He’s been in the software industry for 15 years at various companies (large institutions and small start-ups) and various roles (backend engineer, fullstack engineer, CTO, etc).
In his own words: I'm no programming language expert but have been obsessed with "Type Theory" that I do my personal projects in Haskell. My favourite editor is Vim.
|19:30 - 19:35||Introduction|
|19:35 - 20:15||Types Are Eating The World!|
|20:15 - 20:30||Q&A|
|20:30 - 21:00||Networking|
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