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Eleanor Holley
an enthusiastic functional programmer.

Last seen 22 Jul, 2021
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C# - 4 years
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Displaying Notifications in ReScript
Writing Elm Ports in ReScript
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Parsing JSON in ReScript Part II: Building Blocks
Parsing JSON in ReScript Part I: Prerequisites and Requirements
How to Upgrade from BuckleScript to ReScript
Safer Data Parsing with Try Monads
Error-Free C# Part II: Functional Data Processing
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