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This is the fourth post on my favorite functions and patterns in functional programming. Today, I’m sharing the function `debounce`.
Thank you for joining me as I share my favorite functions and patterns in functional programming. Today’s focus is on the function group_by.
Welcome to the second installation in my series on functions and patterns in functional programming, featuring function: curry, named after Haskell Curry.
This is just one segment in a compilation of my favorite functions and patterns in functional programming. This bit focuses on the with statement.
This series shall be comprised of a series of micro-posts where each entry targets a single utility function or design pattern in functional programming.
The Blockchain. I ignored it for so long. Too much hype. Too many stories of fraud. Those things are enough, but I absolutely hated…
Getting stuck isn’t a bad thing. Actually, getting stuck on my first day on my first project may have been the most valuable thing to have happened. It was in that moment that I learned all I needed to know about transparent communication at Revelry.
I’ve chosen this specific list as part of an effort to foster a shared understanding of commonly used terms. This “glossary” doesn’t exist in a vacuum – it can (and should) continue to be challenged and evolve over time as our understanding changes.
The hard part of this was recognizing the algebra beneath layers of domain-specific business rules.