We bring you the third instalment for February 2018, of our suggested ‘Sunday Reads’. This week we share some of our best-loved Scala, Haskell & FP learns from around the internet.
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Our first read is from Jan-Willem Buurlage, a PhD student. He has kindly shared Lecture notes on Category Theory concepts and Haskell. I would highly recommend reading and sharing this.
Our second read is from Bartosz Milewski, a Software Architect and a keynote speaker at many conferences Globally. This post is on free monoidal functors derived as a fixed point of an algebra using Day convolution.
Our third read is from Alex Nedelcu, a Software developer, @Typelevel member and author of @Monix. This post is called In Defense of OOFP. OOP versus Type Classes, exemplified and in defense of the Scala collections redesign.
Our fourth read is from Alexis King, who builds Software mainly in Haskell and Hackett. This post is called An opinionated guide to Haskell in 2018
Our fifth read is from Hugh McKee, a Solutions Architect / Developer Advocate at Lightbend. This post is on Akka Clustering and Remoting
Our sixth is a YouTube video from Martin Odersky, who needs no introduction. This video is from Scala Days in Copenhagen last year on What's Different In Dotty
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If you’re craving more, check out last week’s recommended reading material here
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