We bring you our first instalment for October 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 Mark Seemann, Software Designer. The post is called Applicative Functors.
Our second read is from Eugene Yokota, Software Engineer. The post is called Stricter Scala with -Xlint, -Xfatal-warnings, and Scalafix.
Our third read is from Oskar Wickström, Software Engineer. The post is called Testing Our Ruby and Haskell Implementations Side-By-Side.
Our fourth read is from Claudio Caletti, Software Engineer. The post is called Data-driven Scala Programming.
Our fifth read is from Wiem Zine El Abidine, Software Engineer. The post is called Why do we need an execution context?
Our final read is from Stéphane Derosiaux, Scala Engineer. The post is the called An ode to the kind-projector and to the partial-unification of Scala.
If you are craving more, check out last week’s recommended reading material here.
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