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About the Technology
About the Book
- High-value FP techniques for real-world uses
- Using FP where it makes the most sense
- Separating the logic of your system from implementation details
- FP-style error handling, testing, and debugging
About the Listener
About the Author
Table of Contents
Part 1 Think Functionally
- Becoming functional
Part 2 Get Functional
- Few data structures, many operations
- Toward modular, reusable code
- Design patterns against complexity
Part 3 Enhancing Your Functional Skills
- Bulletproofing your code
- Functional optimizations
- Managing asynchronous events and data
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.
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The book is filled with sections like:
"This code segment doesn't quite look right.
There -- isn't that better? Keeping those obvious differences in mind as we move along, consider also the following snippet.
Now that you've seen first-hand what [some advanced concept] entails in practice, watch me change things up from here..."
The narrator and the author both seem highly competent in isolation. But someone somewhere (looking at you Manning) made the fatal decision to 'just leave out the code' for the narrator's script.
Like the very people who willingly buy programming audiobooks wouldn't WANT to be exposed to something as uncouth as -- good heavens -- code read out loud!
The fact that the author has skillfully employed code snippets to make vital points in the original text is laudable. With those portions omitted, however, nothing tangible whatsoever remains.
5 people found this helpful
Not meant to be an audiobook
This is a great book in itself but this audio book is pretty much useless it has many explanations and examples in written code that’s not read out loud and is just skipped over so you miss an entire part of the section. Wouldn’t recommend this audiobook
4 people found this helpful