A Message from the host:
In software development, there are so many smart and interesting people creating new things. I interview them and you can learn about a topic as I do. Whether the specific topic is graphQL or dependent types and whether the topic is familiar to you, or something you have never encountered, I think you will learn a couple things and enjoy the process.
I hope you subscribe and enjoy,
CoRecursive features interviews on technical topics of interest to software developers.
If you are a professional software developer or someone who likes to code or has an interest in programming languages, you are our target listener.
If you are a software engineer who wants to listen to casual yet in depth technical interviews with expert software developers, this podcast is for you. If you are interested in functional programming, learning about new programming languages, distributed systems architecture or software design and best practices, then this podcast is for you.
Also, if you are interested in strongly typed functional languages, and using types to produce better software and especially if you have used the phrase
higher-kinded type in a sentence, than this podcast is for you.
I’ve really, *really* been enjoying @adamgbell’s @corecursive podcast – solid and informative interviews on interesting topics in programming with an emphasis on functional programming and type theory.
— Chris Krycho (@chriskrycho) June 28, 2018
If you love podcasts and are interested in functional programming you should definitely check out the @corecursive podcast! Great interviews and technical topics, with brilliant host @adamgbell #podcast #code #functionalprogramming
— Rick (@rick_west8) September 16, 2018
I really enjoyed listening to Adam Bell and Stephanie Weirich chat about dependent types. Then I watched the video of the Strange Loop talk they mentioned too. Great stuff! https://t.co/b34tgZynha
— Tim Heaney (@oylenshpeegul) June 23, 2018
Listening to @corecursive with @fancytypes on dependent types in Haskell. She's a good explainer of these concepts and the host is asking good questions.. Enjoyable show! Going to watch her talk on @strangeloop_stl: https://t.co/G1eg4nIycV
— (λ. borkdude) (@borkdude) August 8, 2018
If you missed out on my srecon talk (they sold out this year!) but want to hear more, check out this podcast. Adam is an amazing interviewer and the conversation was super fun. 💕 https://t.co/fGluhPCUx9
— Charity Majors (@mipsytipsy) August 31, 2018
— Tim Heaney (@oylenshpeegul) July 5, 2018
Don't miss my podcast with Adam Bell, in which I reveal—among other scandalous revelations—why you should never under any circumstances use monad transformers in Scala. (Go on, listen, you know want to know!) https://t.co/3aZjrzRCxb
— John Ⓐ De Goes (@jdegoes) March 29, 2018
In this exclusive interview, I trash descriptive variable names and data structures, predict where Scalaz and Cats are going, and provide tips for writing better.
Don't miss this episode of `CoRecursive Podcast with Adam Bell`. 😉 https://t.co/U3VKCJJQ2N
— John Ⓐ De Goes (@jdegoes) March 22, 2018
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