Our webinars are continuing to be as popular as ever and Tom Sydney Kerckhove's (Tech Lead at FP Complete) webinar on "Building Terminal User Interfaces with Haskell" was no exception. We had 426 people registered for the event which aired on Wednesday, November 28th at 10:00 am PST. If you tuned in
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We decided to include the chat log for this webinar, and it can be seen at the end of this blog post. For those of you that want more information the TUI Syd built check out the following links:
A base to start a TUI
A semantic tree-based editor to replace Emacs Org Mode for GTD: https://github.com/NorfairKing/smos
A declarative terminal UI programming library
At FP Complete, we do so many things to help companies it's hard to encapsulate our impact in a few words. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so a video has to be worth 10,000 words (at least). Therefore, to tell all we can in as little time as possible, we recently produced a new explainer video. Check it out by clicking the video link below. It's only 108 seconds to get the full story of FP Complete. One last thing. We have a home page a facelift, and you can check it out here.
Check out our new Explainer Video
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Webinar Chat Log
We find it useful to share what was chatted about during the webinar. You can see the chat flow below.
Posted by Robert Bobbett - 03 December, 2018