Functional thinking (examples using Clojure and Java)


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ДАТА: 16.10.2024

Functional thinking (examples using Clojure and Java)

We are thrilled to invite you to our first Tech MeetUp for the year. Our colleagues from Funding Circle - Nikolay Penchev, Senior Software Engineer and Dimitar Yoldov, Back-end Software Engineer will talk about:

"Functional thinking (examples using Clojure and Java)"

During this talk, Niki and Mitko will explain why developers are falling in love with functional programming. They will also share multiple examples that include using Clojure and Java.

The presentation will be divided into five parts:

  • Introduction
  • Functions
  • Laziness
  • Composition
  • Functional Data Structures

In the end, you will have the opportunity to learn plenty of exciting facts, ask questions and to initiate a discussion with the speakers. Make sure to join us!

Registration is free, but required. Make sure you reserve a seat here.


КОГА: 26.04.2023

МЯСТО: 17 Henrik Ibsen Str.

ВХОД: Свободен

18:30 – 18:45 Reception
18:45 – 19:05 Presentation (first part)
19:05 – 19:15 Break
19:15 – 19:35 Presentation (second part)
19:35 – 20:30 Questions & Talks



Nikolay Penchev is a Senior Software Engineer at the Funding Circle team at Questers. He has experience with multiple front-end projects and expertise with frameworks and libraries like AngularJS and Reagent. Nikolay is passionate about functional programming and for the last 5 years he has been focusing on Clojure/ClojureScript stack.


Dimitar is a Back-end Software Engineer at the Funding Circle team at Questers. He has almost 10 years of work experience in the sector and has solid professional knowledge in both object-oriented and functional programming. Dimitar very often describes himself as a passionate advocate of Clojure and the Function programming paradigm.