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Monadic Party was an week long summer school about Functional Programming, which is a programming paradigm with strong mathematical foundations. There were lectures about both theoretical foundations and practical applications of Functional Programming.

The programme was organized in Poznan, Poland by Ewa Kruzynska and Michal Kawalec. There were software developers, mathematicians, academicians interested in functional programming who spoke in the conference. I was able to attend, thanks to generous scholarships by X-Team.

The best part is that if you have missed the monadic party, you can still watch the talks on the Monadic Warsaw Channel!

Note by Agnishom Chattopadhyay
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