Jeroen has been programming since primary school, but only once he started his study Artificial Intelligence at Utrecht University, he first encountered Haskell. He then did a PhD in the area of functional programming in the Software Technology group, doing research on incremental compilation. After succesfully defending his thesis in 2015, he started working at Chordify early 2016 and has been working there since. At Chordify, Jeroen has been actively involved in the (technical side of the) growth of the company.
Talks I've Given
Type-safe Redis caching at Chordify
Featuring Jeroen Bransen
Chordify is a popular music education platform —this talk looks at how the team at Chordify built a typed layer around the Redis in-memory cache, which prevents many potential bugs and abstracts away the nitty-gritty details of marshalling.haskell caching redis type-safe music
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