Are you ready for your weekly dose of Sunday Reads? From functors to imposing invariants we have an extensive collection of Scala content today ready for you to get stuck into. So take a break from coding and expand your programming knowledge through our fascinating reads.
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Our first read is from Maria Wachal, Marketing & Growth Manager at SoftwareMill. The post is called This month at SoftwareMill we’ve learned (November’18).
Our second read is from Juan Manuel Serrano, Founding Partner in Habla Computing. This post is called Shape-dependent computations in Scala … and Agda!
Our third read is from Mateusz Kubuszok, Software Developer. The post is called The F-words: functor and friends.
Our fourth post is from Adam Gordon Bell, Senior Scala Engineer. This podcast is called The Little Typer With Dan Friedman and David Christiansen.
Our fifth read is from Gabriele Petronella, Entrepreneur and Software Engineer. This post is called Anatomy of a Scala quirk.
Our final read is from Carlos Teixeira, Software Engineer. The post is called Imposing invariants in Scala.
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