Functional Programming in Kotlin with Arrow (Englisch)
Detailed workshop description
Functional programming has been on the rise, given its advantages in code readability and maintenance. In this workshop, we’ll look at concepts from functional programming that are directly applicable to Kotlin code. We’ll use Arrow as a supporting library, which includes many useful types and extensions to make a functional style even more pleasant.
Key take-aways from this Kotlin workshop:
How to get the most out of this workshop
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The workshop is lead by these Kotlin professionals
Alejandro Serrano is a trainer and software engineer specialised at Xebia Functional. Before that, he was a PhD and lecturer at Utrecht University, working on compilers for functional languages. He has written three books (»Practical Haskell«, »The Book of Monads«, and »Haskell (Almost) Standard Libraries«) and is active in promoting functional programming and formal methods.
Simon Vergauwen is Arrow maintainer and Principal Engineer at Xebia Functional. He is interested in everything functional, and Kotlin, and loves OSS, snowboarding and Fallout.