Getting Started With Functional Programming

Jose Gonzalez links to a set of blog posts and videos introducing functional programming:

Since I’ve started to play with (and rave about) functional programming (FP), a lot of people have asked me how to get started.

Instead of writing the same email multiple times, I decided to create a blog post I can refer them to. Also, it’s a central place to put all my notes about the topic.

Here’s a small collection of all the resources I’ve accumulated on my adventure on learning functional programming.

I think the functional paradigm fits relational database development extremely well, better than the object-oriented paradigm.

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