I want to give a talk about Haskell, need some help
The company I'm working for is going to realize an event in which the employees are invited to give a talk about something they want to. (Haskell in my case)
Most atendee won't know Haskell, so I want to show something simple enough that any programmer can follow along, but even being simple the viewer should feel amazed the language.
The talk should not extrapolate 30 minutes (including questions), do you have any topics to suggest for this talk? I was thinking of creating and parsing DSLs (if you have a cool Idea about a DSL please feel free to tell me)
I am quite inexperienced in the realm of "talks", Can you guys give me any advice on preparing such talk, what should be the "mindset", common mistakes you see others doing, or even yourself.
Thanks in advance
Submitted July 12, 2017 at 07:44AM by jean-lopes
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