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Join Scott Wlaschin who will explain how to create robust real world applications in a clean functional way through the analogy of the railway!
Many examples in functional programming assume that you are always on the "happy path". But to create a robust real world application you must deal with validation, logging, network and service errors, and other annoyances. So, how do you handle all this in a clean functional way? This talk will provide a brief introduction to this topic, using a fun and easy-to-understand railway analogy.
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