Here I talk with Matthew Crews - the from the Fast F# YouTube channel.
Our conversation starts with Matthew's journey to becoming a programmer who cares about performance. We touch on different styles of educational materials, and what works at different stages of the learning process, and what we can do as programmers to improve over time. We talk about how the "Handmade" ethos translates to the F# world, the idea of "Domain Drive Design" and how it might relate or contrast with "Data Oriented Design", whether knowing about performance concerns makes programming harder, how we should go about educational materials for programmers, and more.
Channel - https://www.youtube.com/@FastFSharp
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org