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Functional Composition and the Kleisli

13th December 2018 in London at Business Design Centre

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During this talk, we will explore functional composition from the ground up. Find out about the different ways functions can be composed to form larger pieces of software, using both the standard library and the Kleisli from functional libraries scalaz and cats, while looking at the advantages and disadvantages of these within the context of frameworks (such as http4s and testing).

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Functional Composition and the Kleisli

Alexander Worton

Alexander is a software engineer at ITV, writing micro-services for the automation of content delivery using functional libraries and the typelevel stack including Cats, Http4s, Doobie and Circe. He has been writing software with Scala for 2 years and has contributed to a number of open source projects including http4s. An advocate for pragmatic FP, he contributes to knowledge sharing through brown-bags, mentoring and tutorial videos.

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During this talk, we will explore functional composition from the ground up. Find out about the different ways functions can be composed to form larger pieces of software, using both the standard library and the Kleisli from functional libraries scalaz and cats, while looking at the advantages and disadvantages of these within the context of frameworks (such as http4s and testing).

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About the Speaker

Functional Composition and the Kleisli

Alexander Worton

Alexander is a software engineer at ITV, writing micro-services for the automation of content delivery using functional libraries and the typelevel stack including Cats, Http4s, Doobie and Circe. He has been writing software with Scala for 2 years and has contributed to a number of open source projects including http4s. An advocate for pragmatic FP, he contributes to knowledge sharing through brown-bags, mentoring and tutorial videos.

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