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Lightning Talk: Powerline Oriented Programming

4th April 2019 in London at CodeNode

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At Petersburg Consultants in Doorwerth (the Netherlands), they develop in-house software for structural mechanical and electrotechnical modelling of overhead lines, electricity power stations, and underground cables. With the energy transition gaining momentum, data and its transformation are key in Petersburg's ambition to show leadership in the energy transition. Dennis wants to show that F# surely is our path to relaxation. During his talk, Dennis will share how they have shaped the above by using the information-rich programming that F# offers, e.g. type providers, and the algebraic type system. Adding to that, appealing visualizations in FsLab's XPlot and reporting in FsJournal. Time permitting, he can even go into how they use FsCheck to make sure their models are robust and make physical sense.

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Lightning Talk: Powerline Oriented Programming

Dennis Grimminck

Dennis has a PhD in physical chemistry mostly molecular physics related from the Radboud University Nijmegen. He has spent 4 years developing physics models at ASML Research and is currently a software developer at Petersburg Consultants (leadership in the energy transition) with a focus on in-house development of engineering software for structural mechanical and electrotechnical modelling.

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At Petersburg Consultants in Doorwerth (the Netherlands), they develop in-house software for structural mechanical and electrotechnical modelling of overhead lines, electricity power stations, and underground cables. With the energy transition gaining momentum, data and its transformation are key in Petersburg's ambition to show leadership in the energy transition. Dennis wants to show that F# surely is our path to relaxation. During his talk, Dennis will share how they have shaped the above by using the information-rich programming that F# offers, e.g. type providers, and the algebraic type system. Adding to that, appealing visualizations in FsLab's XPlot and reporting in FsJournal. Time permitting, he can even go into how they use FsCheck to make sure their models are robust and make physical sense.

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About the Speaker

Lightning Talk: Powerline Oriented Programming

Dennis Grimminck

Dennis has a PhD in physical chemistry mostly molecular physics related from the Radboud University Nijmegen. He has spent 4 years developing physics models at ASML Research and is currently a software developer at Petersburg Consultants (leadership in the energy transition) with a focus on in-house development of engineering software for structural mechanical and electrotechnical modelling.

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