Using declarative, reactive programming and immutable data structures in Python
We’re back for October’s Python NE with Alex Kavenagh of Canonical showing us some of the tricks of the trade for building large infrastructure at Canonical.
Why use immutable data structures in Python? And if so, how do you make them? Finally, a use case for immutable data structures; Reactive Programming using declarative and functional concepts.
This will be a dive into immutable data structures in Python and the benefits functional programming can bring over imperative programming styles.
As always, we’ll be at Campus North in the centre of Newcastle and pizza will be provided by Pebble and Sharpe Recruitment!
We’re looking forward to seeing you there!
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