Functional Programming in C# 3.0

Just a reminder that Oliver Sturm will be giving a talk on the above subject tomorrow (Nov 25) between 7pm and 9pm, the details are as follows:-

Abstract
The newest version of C# introduces a number of language features that finally make it very easy to employ a functional style of programming. However, from the perspective of an imperative programmer, there are lots of questions surrounding functional programming. Why would I want to do it at all? Should I drop all state information in my apps? What useful functional patters are applicable to C#? This session uses many practical examples (and some theory) to try and answer these questions.

Speaker Biography: Oliver Sturm
Oliver Sturm is an experienced software architect, developer, trainer and author, with a strong background in various different fields including system and framework architecture and design, process modeling and user interface design. He is a C# MVP and he works for Developer Express as a Technical Evangelist and Lead Program Manager for the Frameworks Division.

Where?
Queen Mother Building
Dundee University
Nethergate
Dundee, DD1 4HN

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