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Madeleine Malmsten

Squeeder and Prolog geek introducing girls to tech using IoT and horses

Madeleine is a Prolog/Erlang developer with a background at Chalmers University of Technology, where she built the initial system architecture of HSB Living Lab.

She's currently working at the startup ChillServices where she helps to reduce the CO2 emissions with a few thousand tons a year using big data analytics and machine learning.

Upcoming conferences:

Madeleine Malmsten
Code BEAM STO 2019
17 May 2019
17.05 - 17.50

Can you teach a school class functional programming?

When discovering SWI Prolog at age 14, an entirely new world was opening up in front of Madeleine.

 

All of a sudden she could create whatever she wanted, and it was with that experience that she took on the challenge her colleague threw at her one Monday morning: Can you teach a school class functional programming?

OBJECTIVES

In her talk, Madeleine will describe how she introduced programming to a bunch of 9th graders including building a chat application using communication between Erlang nodes.

TARGET AUDIENCE

Anyone interested in coding.

Past conferences

Madeleine Malmsten
Code BEAM Lite Amsterdam 2018
30 Nov 2018
14.50 - 15.10

Building a living lab

Challenges of developing and building living labs within the areas of rental housing, office buildings, and SportsTech, and how to set up an architecture prepared for the unknown.