We bring you our second 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 Andrea Vallotti, Software Crafter. The post is called Modeling and separation of concerns in functional programming.
Our second read is from Tanin Na Nakorn, Software Engineer. The post is called Instantiate case class with arbitrary values to reduce verbosity in tests.
Our third read is from Alexander Vershilov, Haskell Developer. The post is called Marrying Haskell and Hyper-Threading.
Our fourth read is from Baseer Al-Obaidy, Software Architect. The talk is called Pearls of Scala Functional Programming, Part I.
Our fifth read is from Dani Shemesh, DevOps Engineer. The post is called How to tune Akka to get the most from your Actor-based system - Part 1.
Our final learn is from Alex Nedelcu, Software Developer. The post is the announcement of Cats-Effect 1.0.0.
If you are craving more, check out last week’s recommended reading material here.
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