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Types in functional programming should be embraced as they can model the logic intended to be codified into software more accurately and succinctly. From the basic to the more powerful we can provide both the pragmatic and the powerful building blocks that are necessary to build any systems.
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Let The Types Set You Free
Five years ago Sean made the jump from insurance and big banks to Mind Candy and in his time there made a big push into the use of Scala. He is also a core contributor to Argonaut and has made a few contributions to Scalaz.