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We've hunted high and low again to find you the best Functional Programming content we can so sit back, relax and enjoy Sunday.
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Our first read is from Andrzej Ludwikowski, Software Journeyman. The post is called Cassandra writes in depth.
Our second read is from Leif Battermann, Software Developer. This post is called Algebraic API Design - Types, Functions, Properties.
Our third post is from Bill Venners, President and CEO at Artima. This is a talk from the SF Scala Meet-up called Property-based Testing in ScalaTest 3.1.
Our fourth read is from Vladimir Pavkin, Scala Developer. This post is called Aecor — Purely functional event sourcing in Scala. Part 5.
Our fifth read is from Linas Medžiūnas, Software Developer. This post is called Scala pattern matching: apply the unapply.
Our final read is from Durga Prasana, Software Engineer. This post is called Learn Scala from 0-60: The Basics.
Have you listened to the Scala Love Podcast yet? Check out the interview with Valentin Kasas 'Happy Valentine's Day with Valentin Kasas'.
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