Susan Potter
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Scalaz By Example (An IO Taster)

PDXScala Meetup / Jan 2014 - Portland, OR


Slides from an informal talk I gave at PDX Scala last night on an often missed part of Scalaz: IO.

Introduces aglebraic data types as the basis for well defined data and ad-hoc polymorphism via implicits in Scala to provide the foundations for Scala developers to take advantage of the abstractions offered in the Scalaz library from monoids, functors, applicatives, monads and more.


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