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Signify Sunday Reads April 21 Week #3

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Happy Easter and Happy Sunday!

We hope you're ready for another edition of our top Functional Programming picks, this week we have conference talk re-caps, monad learns and much more, happy reading.

Sunday Reads

Our first post is from John Hughes, Co-Designer Of Haskell And Quickcheck, at Lambda Days. The post is John's talk called Building on Developers' intutitions to create effective property-based tests.

Our second post is from Philip Schwarz, Software Developer. This post is Philip's slides called Monads do not Compose.

Our third post is from DevInsideYou. This video is called Homegrown #Scala Collections - Part 30 - Hash and other Trees (Ordering).

Our fourth read is from Maria Wachal, Marketing and Growth Manager at SoftwareMill. This post is called TMWL March’19— yarn, TypeScript & AWS.

Our fifth post is from John A De Goes and Wiem Zine Elabadine at Scalar. This talk is called Automatically {Delete your actors}

Our final read is from Oskar Wickström, Software Engineer. This post is called Property-Based Testing in a Screencast Editor, Case Study 2: Video Scene Classification.

Don't miss out on all the reads from last week, catch up here.

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