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Pression in GoCompose a working application using the decorator patternCreate faster programs using lazy evaluationUse Go concurrency constructs to compose a functionality pipelineUnderstand category theory and what it has to do with FPWho This Book Is ForThis book is for Golang developers comfortable with OOP and interested in learning how to apply the functional paradigm to create robust and testable apps Prior programming experience with Go would be helpful but not mandatoryTable of ContentsPure Functional Programming in GoManipulating CollectionsUsing Higher Order FunctionsSOLID Design in GoAdding Functionality with DecorationBuilding on an Onion ArchitectureFunctional ParametersIncreasing Performance Using PipeliningIntro to Category Theory for Software DevelopersFunctors Monoids and Type ClassesMonadsAppend. I don t know what book other reviews talking about amazing uality got The git repo is the wrong link the first carsgo program is named different from the src I m at page 23 and the code in text example misses a fundamental reuired syntax as in its written wrong in the book that you can find in the code

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Function literals Monads Lazy evaluation Currying and Key FeaturesWrite concise and maintainable code with streams and high order functionsUnderstand the benefits of currying your Golang functionsLearn the most effective design patterns for functional programming and learn when to apply each of themBuild distributed MapReduce solutions using GoBook DescriptionLex Sheehan begins slowly using easy to understand illustrations and working Go code to teach core functional programming FP principles such as referential transparency laziness recursion currying and chaining continuationsThis book is a tutorial for programmers looking to learn FP and apply it to write better code Lex guides readers from basic techniues to advanced topics in a logical concise and clear progressionThe book is divided into four modules The fi. A little bit of Go a little bit of Haskell a little bit of everything else and a lot of confusion Did you know that writing good code is not unlike a good game of soccer Did you know that A lambda calculus is like chocolate milk A link from favorite s to Reddit and from Reddit to an image doesn t mean that there is a link from favorite s to the image which means that something doesn t compose Did you know that What happens in the functor box is not unlike what happens when a person entertains impure thoughts Those are meant as jokes I guess and if you re ok with so freestyle writing you will this book Note 1 is the group operator used to explain homomorphic encryption in 12 lines and one image Note 2 there s a typo there right It should be eabeaebChapter 10 is great Overall it s a good 250 page book interleaved with an irrelevant 380 page book of divergent thinking with historical references jokes surveys of other programming languages and various techniues eg SOLID and DDD With some strict editing from Packt 3 extra months and 380 pages less this would be a great book

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Rst module explains the functional style of programming pure functional programming manipulating collections and using higher order functions In the second module you will learn design patterns that you can use to build FP style applications In the next module you will learn FP techniues that you can use to improve your API signatures increase performance and build better cloud native applications The last module covers Category Theory Functors Monoids Monads Type classes and GenericsBy the end of the book you will be adept at building applications the FP wayWhat you will learnLearn how to compose reliable applications using high order functionsExplore techniues to eliminate side effects using FP techniues such as curryingUse first class functions to implement pure functionsUnderstand how to implement a lambda ex. I am simply stunned by the high uality of Learning Functional Programming in Go by Lex Sheehan Take this from someone who and readers of my popular blog Programming Digressions are aware of this knows a thing or two about Functional Programming FP This amazing book could not have come to my attention at a better time I ve dived deep into using the Go programming language this year that is 2018 If you think about it in the end everything is related simple and well designed The biggest problem IMHO especially with FP is that the smart guys that originally saw how it works seem to have the hardest time making it easy to understand But that s not a problem in the least whatsoever with Learning Functional Programming in Go This book somehow manages to capture tough ideas think essential complexity and strips them of their complexity And that s a big deal if you ask me With a nod to the remarkable observation that A language that doesn t affect the way you think about programming is not worth knowing by Alan Perlis the very first recipient of the Turing Award I am especially pleased to have this book by Lex Sheehan Learning Functional Programming in Go at my side Among other things working intensively with Go has forced me to rethink what it means to leverage a programming paradigm in the service of creating great software that s designed to unfold to emerge so to say and to delight customers Don t miss this book


5 thoughts on “ Learning Functional Programming in Go: Change the way you approach your applications using functional programming in Go

  1. says:

    A little bit of Go, a little bit of Haskell, a little bit of everything else and a lot of confusion. Did you know that writing good code is not unlike a good game of soccer?. Did you know that A lambda calculus is like chocolate milk?. A link from favorite's to Reddit and from Reddit to an image doesn't mean that there is a link from favorite's to the image. which means that [something] doesn't compose. Did you know that What hap

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    I am simply stunned by the high quality of "Learning Functional Programming in Go" by Lex Sheehan. Take this from someone who—and readers of my popular blog "Programming Digressions" are aware of this—knows a thing or two about Functional Programming (FP). This amazing book could not have come to my attention at a better time: I've dived

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    I don't know what book other reviews talking about amazing quality got. The git repo is the wrong link, the first cars.go program is named different from the src. I'm at page 23 and the code in text example misses a fundamental required syntax (as in its written wrong in the book) that you can find in the code.

  4. says:

    I bought this book a few months ago along with some Go books from O'Reilly, and Manning. I was probably the most excited about going through the content of this book but it has been, by far, the lowest quality of any of those books. It's probably the worst programming book I've purchased for any language. Let's get into why.

    The author chose to write this book in a very casual, approachable style. It's filled wi

  5. says:

    I am not that far in, but I like the book. Let's get that out of the way.

    My issues are with the kindle del