A thing I didn't even realize I could do until after I published it.
A couple nice ergonomic updates and some breaking changes for consuming the library.
Making, and keeping, promises – with Rust, Elm, F ♯, and ReasonML.
How we use types to capture business concepts in Rust, Elm, F ♯, and ReasonML.
Getting Rust, Elm, F ♯, and ReasonML installed; their editor plugins configured; and their project files ready.
Rust, Elm, Reason, and F ♯ – a bunch of cousins!
(Scott Wlaschin is really smart.)
Result types, and supporting both a functional style and a more traditional method-call style.
You want your data last, and you want your functions “partially applied.” Here’s why.
Or, yet another long comment in Slack turned into a blog post.
Maybe, but only if your language demands it.
How typed functional programming is what I was looking for all along.
(And why should we care about it?)