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Elm: Making the Web Functional
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| by Evan Czaplicki on Nov 28, 2012 |

Evan Czaplicki introduces Elm, a functional reacting programming language meant to replace HTML/CSS/JavaScript, optimized for creating web GUIs, supporting complex user input and avoiding callbacks.

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Evan Czaplicki has recently graduated from Harvard with a degree in Computer Science, and he’s taking a break before starting as a software engineer at Google. He is interested in making programming more accessible: easier to use and understand. His goals have been influenced both by a formal study of programming languages and practical experiences as an intern at Google and Microsoft.

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