Lambda World News | Functional Programming Headlines for the week of June 21st, 2021

Lambda World News | Functional Programming Headlines for the week of June 21st, 2021

Here’s a quick look from Lambda World News at some of the recent items making news in the Functional Programming community.

NEWS

Kotlin logo Kotlin 1.5.20-RC | A new release candidate of Kotlin is available. Check out the changelog here: Kotlin 1.5.20-RC

Compose logo Accompanist 0.12.0 | Accompanist 0.12.0 was recently released. This version adds two new libraries to this collection of extension libraries for Jetpack Compose. Read more about this release here: Accompanist 0.12.0.

Haskell logo Haskell Language Server 1.2.0 | Version 1.2.0 of the Haskell Language Server was recently released, adding basic support for GHC 9.0.1., as well as other fixes and improvements. Read about it here: Haskell Language Server 1.2.0


SUGGESTED READS

Functional Programming in C# coverFunctional Programming in C#, Second Edition by Enrico Buonanno


UPCOMING EVENTS

jLove logo jLove
June 25th-26th, 2021
jlove.konfy.care

Scale By The Bay logo Scale By The Bay
October 28th-29th, 2021
www.scale.bythebay.io

ScalaCon logo ScalaCon
November 2nd-5th, 2021
scalacon.org


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