Functional Programming eXchange 2012 / Visi.Pro bringing functional programming to the masses

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David Pollak's Visi.Pro project provides a simple and powerful way for anybody to write programs for the iPad. The Visi language (open sourced at http://visi.io) is a statically typed, lazy, pure functional language. Some people might see that the language description is a null set (easy vs. lazy, static, pure) while others might think of statically typed Excel. David will explore the language and the design decisions that attempt to rectify the divergent goals for Visi.

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David Pollak's Visi.Pro project provides a simple and powerful way for anybody to write programs for the iPad. The Visi language (open sourced at http://visi.io) is a statically typed, lazy, pure functional language. Some people might see that the language description is a null set (easy vs. lazy, static, pure) while others might think of statically typed Excel. David will explore the language and the design decisions that attempt to rectify the divergent goals for Visi.

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David Pollak founded the Lift Web Framework open source project. Lift is an expressive and elegant framework for writing secure, scalable, interactive web applications on the Java Virtual Machine. David is a consultant in San Francisco.

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