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Extensible Effects vs. Monad Transformers - Advanced

8th December 2016 in London at Business Design Centre

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Monads are an important abstraction in functional programming. However, they do not compose. In this session, you will explore the comparison between the two prevalent ways of "composing" monads: Monad Transformers and Extensible Effects.

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Extensible Effects vs. Monad Transformers - Advanced

Shimi Bandiel

Founder and CTO of Trainologic (outsourcing, consulting and training company). Training and hands-on consulting in Scala, Akka, Spark, JVM Performance. Working in the JVM ecosystem since 2000 and with Scala from 2009.

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Monads are an important abstraction in functional programming. However, they do not compose. In this session, you will explore the comparison between the two prevalent ways of "composing" monads: Monad Transformers and Extensible Effects.

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Extensible Effects vs. Monad Transformers - Advanced

Shimi Bandiel

Founder and CTO of Trainologic (outsourcing, consulting and training company). Training and hands-on consulting in Scala, Akka, Spark, JVM Performance. Working in the JVM ecosystem since 2000 and with Scala from 2009.

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