We bring you the fourth and final instalment for April 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 Yifan Xing, Software Engineer. The post is called Asynchronous Programming: Scala.concurrent and Monix! What?.
Our second read is from Travis Athougies, Functional Programming Enthusiast. The post is called The monadic structure of combinatorial optimization.
Our third learn is from James Phillips, a Functional developer, typelevel enthusiast. The post is called FString: String lengths at compile time.
Our fourth read is from Matt Parsons, Software Engineer at Input Output (IOHK). The post is called Three Layer Haskell Cake.
Our fifth read is from Diego Alonso, Scala and software enthusiast.. The post is called A lightweight introduction to Recursion Schemes in Scala.
Our sixth read is from Luka Jacobowitz, Software Consultant at codecentric AG. The post is called Rethinking MonadError.
If you are craving more, check out last week’s recommended reading material here. Don’t forget to subscribe below to be the first to get our Scala Sunday Reads.
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