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D.Syme found that functional programming is simple, efficient and fun to work with, making worth by Microsoft to invest in F#, a programming language influenced by C# and OCAML, having orthogonal & unified constructs [Syme, 2008]
Intended for programmers familiar with Microsoft's .NET framework and C# programming language this volume presents a discussion of functional programming, a computer science paradigm that emphasizes immutable mathematical formulas rather than state related arguments common to object oriented programming languages.
Functional programming, Barker explains, is the gathering of "evidence-based" information before any design work is considered.
Another important guideline for functional programming is the principle of partial participation.
Project management assistance for the technical and detailed functional programming of the creation of the information and supervision center of the public assistance-hospitals of paris.
Armstrong introduces Erlang, a functional programming language that was designed to program concurrent, distributed, fault-tolerance, scalable, soft, real-time systems.
Functional Programming in Java: Harnessing the Power of Java 8 Lambda Expressions is edited by Jacquelyn Carter and provides programmers with a quick survey of the new Java 8 language features and style and how to use them to create better code.
Introducing functional programming with Underscore.js
Scala, a new language for the Java Virtual Machine (JVM), integrates features of both object-oriented and functional programming. This quick introduction to Scala is for experienced developers familiar with object-oriented programming; however, readers do not need to have prior exposure to functional programming.
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