Lambda World News | Episode 1
- by Jason McClellan
- October 29, 2020
- kotlin• scala• haskell• erlang• f#• lambda world• functional programming
- 3 minutes to read.
This premiere episode of Lambda World News features an interview with Raúl Raja, one of the maintainers of the Arrow library for Kotlin, who chats with us about the recent developments on coroutines, suspensions, and continuations. And, of course, this episode includes recent news from the Functional Programming community. Here’s what’s covered on this episode:
Kotlin 1.4 | JetBrains recently held its Kotlin 1.4 Online Event, featuring talks and Q&A sessions with the Kotlin development team. More details and videos from the event are here: Kotlin 1.4 Online Event
Swift 5.3 | Swift was recently updated to version 5.3. Read more about the latest version here: Swift 5.3 released
Mu-Haskell 0.4 | Mu-Haskell’s version 0.4 released on October 14th. Read more about the latest version of this library for developing a microservices architecture here: Mu-Haskell 0.4
F# 5 | A recent announcement revealed that a new version of F#—the open-source, cross-platform fp language for .NET—will ship alongside the new .NET 5, which is making its debut on November 10th at the virtual .NET Conf 2020. Read about it here: Final Go-Live .NET 5 Release Candidate Ships Ahead of Nov. 10 Debut
MongooseIM 4.0 | Erlang Solutions recently released a new version of its scalable enterprise instant messaging solution, MongooseIM. Read about it here: What’s new in MongooseIM 4.0
Dotty/Scala 3 | Work continues on the Dotty project, bringing it ever closer to graduating to Scala 3. Read more about it here: Scala 3 - A community powered release
Algorithm Design with Haskell by Jeremy Gibbons and Richard Bird
Things you need to know about JVM (that matter in Scala) by Mateusz Kubuszok
Production Haskell: Succeeding in Industry with Haskell by Matt Parsons
Haskell eXchange 2020
November 4th-5th, 2020
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