Functional Programming Updates | January 20th, 2021
- by Jason McClellan
- January 20, 2021
- http4k• scala• haskell• ocaml• clojure• lambda world• functional programming
- 2 minutes to read.
On this episode of Lambda World News, we highlight some of the latest developments in the Functional Programming community. Here’s what’s covered on this episode:
OCaml-Git v3.0 | OCaml-Git version 3.0 offers better compatibility with various platforms, and comes with SSH support for fetch/push. More version details are here: OCaml-Git version 3.0
http4k v4 | Version 4 of http4k includes lots of general improvements, like a cleaner codebase. Read more about the latest version here: http4k v4
Donkey | Donkey is a new highly performant Clojure open-source HTTP library. Read more about it here: Donkey
mu-Haskell 0.5 | mu-Haskell 0.5 brings this set of packages that help you build both servers and clients for microservices closer to full support of the GraphQL specification. Read about version 0.5 here: mu-Haskell 0.5
Scala 2.12.13 | Scala 2.12.13 backports the popular support for configurable warnings and errors from version 2.13. Read about this minor release here: Scala 2.12.13
The Programmer’s Brain by Felienne Hermans
I Guess We’re Doing Functional Programming by David Matuszek
Domain Driven Design Europe 2021
February 4th-5th, 2021
February 13th, 2021
Lambda Days 2021
February 16th-19th, 2021
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