Functional programming… it seems you either love it or you hate it.
But, like everything in software engineering, it is a trade-off.
So for today, let’s focus on the good, the bad, and the ugly parts of functional programming!
Alejandro Serrano, Software Engineer at 47 Degrees, author of “Practical Haskell”, “The Book of Monads”, and “FP Ideas for the Curious Kotliner”
Deepu K Sasidharan, JHipster co-lead, Java Champion, Staff Dev Advocate @ Okta, Java, JS, Rust, Cloud Native Advocate, Author, Speaker
Host: Ties van de Ven
Producer: Frank Delporte
00’17 Introduction of the guests
07’40 What is functional programming (FP)?
11’50 The same problems exist in FP and Object Oriented Programming
13’50 Academic approach to programming
17’54 Who of the guests is a FP purist?
22’25 Understand the “Why”? Why use FP?
28’11 The costs of FP
30’57 When to learn FP
42’43 What is the future of FP?
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