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Scala: functional programming for the imperative mind

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Introduction to the Scala language with a slight emphasis on its functional features.

Introduction to the Scala language with a slight emphasis on its functional features.

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  • egon2 egon2 Beste Sander,

    (ik merkte aan de notities dat je Nederlandstalig bent)
    zou je het heel erg vinden om het bronbestand van deze presentatie door te geven? We zouden namelijk voor intern gebruik in ons bedrijf jouw presentatie als startpunt willen gebruiken, maar dan met specifieke accenten voor onze use cases.

    Het zou fantastisch zijn moest je dat zien zitten. Laat maar iets weten...
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  • SanderMak Sander Mak (@Sander_Mak) Your understanding is correct. I can see how on slide 10 you could read ′immutability == ref. transparency′ but this was not what I meant. The two concepts are closely connected in function programming though. (see for example http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Functional_programming... ) 4 years ago
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  • guestdad49fd7 Steve Thompson If my understanding is correct, referential transparency refers to functions that don't have side effects and not to immutability... 4 years ago
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