London Clojurians Talk: Functional Operating Systems (by Andrew Tropin)

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The London Clojurians are happy to present:

Title: Functional Operating Systems
Speaker: Andrew Tropin
Time: 2022-01-18T18:30:00Z
Local time: 18:30 on Tuesday, January 18, 2022 in London, United Kingdom - Time.is (click here for local time)
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Andrew Tropin (abcdw (Andrew Tropin) · GitHub) will be presenting:
“Functional Operating Systems”

How to apply principles of functional programming, but for package
managers and operating systems? A brief introduction to Guix System
and NixOS, why they are so similar to what we do in Clojure and why
should we care.

Andrew (https://www.youtube.com/c/TROP1N/videos)
is the author of Guix Home project, improves Guix tooling, ecosystem,
and community. He started enjoying Lisps and Clojure in 2015, was a
technical leader of two successful commercial projects (clj/cljs).
Previously worked as SRE and had a lot of fun with GNU/Linux and
infrastructure-related developments.

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