It's been a great week for Scala and Functional Programming content so of course, we have chosen our best bits for you and compiled our Sunday Reads so you can catch up on everything you might have missed, check it out.
Our first post is from DevInsideYou. The video is called Questionable Typeclass Encoding in #Scala.
Our second post is from JetBrains. This post is called IntelliJ Scala Plugin 2019.1: Highlighting For-comprehensions, Find usages for Implicits, and More.
Our third read is from Chris Oh, Software Engineer. This post is called Deploying Scala Serverless Lambda using Travis CI.
Our fourth read is from David Lyon. This post is called A Newbie's Guide to Scala and Why It's Used for Distributed Computing.
Our fifth read is from Lysxia. This post is called Higher-rank types in Standard Haskell.
Our final post is from Maxime Kjaer, Computer Science Student. This post is called A monad is not a burrito.
Don't miss out on all the reads from last week, catch up here.
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