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Jorge loves REST, but found GraphQL interesting and decided to investigate. After working on his first production GraphQL API, he has pitted them against each other in a bout over three rounds, to compare their qualities and advantages. May the best API win!
Although Jorge started early (with QuickBasic and Turbo Pascal), it took him a while to get into the developer way of life. Nonetheless, he has over ten years experience' as a software developer, mainly in C# and .NET. Jorge has a keen interest in other languages, especially functional programming, and is currently working on a Clojure project.
Geometric algebra has been proposed as a unifying mathematical framework for physics. Proponents claim that it provides compact and intuitive descriptions in many areas including classical and quantum mechanics, electromagnetic theory and relativity. GA has also found use as a computational tool in computer graphics and robotics.
Andrew is an analytics consultant with his own company, Diametrical Ltd, with experience of building software tools for statistical modelling and optimisation, increasingly in F#.
We'll be giving away two tickets to ProgNET 2019 and also a copy of Riccardo Terrell's book "Concurrency in .NET"!
I'm delighted to say that G-Research will again be sponsoring pizza at the event - please check out their website: https://www.gresearch.co.uk/
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