We bring you our fifth instalment for September 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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Check out our reads below...
Our first read is from Viktor Lövgren, Software Engineer. The post is called IO & Logging Capabilities.
Our second read is from Kelley Robinson, Developer Evangelist. The post is called What is Public Key Cryptography?
Our third read is from Daniel Reigada. The post is called Monad Error for the rest of us.
Our fourth read is from Murat Kasimov, Haskell Developer. The post is called Well-typed paths: revisited.
Our fifth read is from Mary Rose Cook. The post is called A practical introduction to functional programming.
Our final learn is from Konrad Malawski Senior Software Engineer. The post is the called Networks and Types — the Future of Akka at Scala Days 2018.
If you are craving more, check out last week’s recommended reading material here.
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