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44: Joel Clermont - What the heck is Elm? MP3

In this episode, Adam talks to Joel Clermont about the Elm programming language and getting started with functional programming. Sponsors: Laracasts, use coupon code FULLSTACK2016 for 50% off your first month Rollbar, sign up at https://rollbar.com/fullstackradio to try their Bootstrap Plan free for 90 days Links: Joel's Blog The Elm Homepage The ML language) The Elixir language Exercism.io Richard Feldman, workin... Source: fullstackradio.com

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