Webinar on Functional Programming in JS & ESNext

Duration: 1:00 hr

HackerEarth in association with ThoughtWorks is pleased to announce its next webinar on Functional Programming in JS & ESNext to help you learn from the best programmers and domain experts from all over the world.

About the webinar

With the popularity of languages such as Haskell, Clojure, Elixir, Erlang, Kotlin, and F# to name a few, functional programming is becoming quite popular these days. This webinar aims to cover the principles, concepts of functional programming, and how it can be applied in Javascript.

It will cover how new updates are brought into ECMAScript and the ones to watch out for and those that have already been released.

What you will learn

  • Unlearning imperative and applying principles of functional programming in Javascript

  • Overcoming mutations using functional patterns which are the root cause of many bugs, and looking at examples of libraries which follow this principle

  • ESNext features which can be handy in day-to-day code, including a few features which are in the finished state of TC39

About Unfold UI

This webinar is a prelude to Unfold UI, ThoughtWorks’ first frontend-focused conference to be held in Pune on August 11, 2018.

Unfold UI, is a free to attend UI-focused community event. Our goal is to bring frontend developers from all across the industry together, to share learnings and knowledge, grow our professional networks and more importantly have fun.

Come and expand your knowledge about current UI development, network with peers, learn, and share experiences on frontend technology.


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    Ram Shinde

    UI Developer

    Ram Shinde is working as an UI Dev with ThoughtWorks. As a developer, he likes to learn new technologies, functional programming being one of the recent additions.

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    Navin Singh

    UI Developer

    Navin is a UI Dev at ThoughtWorks, passionate about front end development and design, he prefers writing old school JS and gets cranky if HTML semantics are not followed.

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