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19: Starting A Project Functionally

2/16/2018
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Logan walks us through what his experience has been starting a JavaScript project in a functional style and using the best FP tools he can get in the JavaScript ecosystem. Episode 19 patrons: Nathan Sculli Lee Beck David Joyner Nihohit Charles Winebrinner FP Chat Slack Community: https://fpchat-invite.herokuapp.com

Duration:01:02:29

18: Monads

11/16/2017
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Monads, the promised land of functional programming. Or at least with all the hype they'd better be! Come join the cast as we demystify this overhyped structure that has become an indispensable part of many functional programmer's toolkits. Episode 18 patrons: Pluton Tim Buckley Huge shout out to Marcus Nielsen Show Notes: bind :: m a -> (a -> m b) -> m b Example of do syntax vs using bind aka >>=: main = do foo

Duration:01:54:25

13: ADTs

3/2/2017
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Algebraic Data Types (ADTs) are one of the most distinguishing features of statically typed functional languages. Come learn why they exist, how you can use them, and how they change your design. Join the FP community at http://fpchat.com Support us on Patreon at http://www.patreon.com/lambdacast Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/lambdacast Show Notes: Denotational Design with the example of a Poker game https://fsharpforfunandprofit.com/ddd/

Duration:01:10:06

12: Monoids

2/13/2017
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Into the icy maw of category theory starting with Monoids! In reality we find out it's not actually all that scary and there are some really fantastic things that we gain by understanding these basic categorical concepts. We now have a twitter account! Follow us at https://twitter.com/lambdacast We also now have a patron account if you're looking to support the show: https://www.patreon.com/lambdacast Show Notes: Haskell Diagrams library...

Duration:01:05:33

9: Polymorphism And Abstraction

12/20/2016
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Abstraction takes on a different meaning amongst functional programmers. This episode we dig into how parametric polymorphism is an essential tool in developing well behaved abstractions that transcend simply being a solution to your individual problem. John Degoes polymorphism post http://degoes.net/articles/insufficiently-polymorphic When x, y, and z are great variable names http://blog.ploeh.dk/2015/08/17/when-x-y-and-z-are-great-variable-names/

Duration:01:23:50