Functional programming for everyone
Functional programming used to be a difficult thing to learn: composition, currying, functors or monads can be intimidating words. On top of that, most of the contents you can find in the Internet are too academic or use pure languages with weird syntax like Haskell or Lisp.
We tried to learn FP a few years ago, and we realized there was a lack of practical courses using hybrid and mainstream languages. After all, if you want to learn new concepts, it's better to learn them in your own language. If not, you probably will get lost in the new syntax.
So, no matter what language you work on, you can learn functional programming with us!
For Mobile Developers
Swift and Kotlin are the lastest programming languages for mobile development. You know what? Both include functional constructs by default, allowing you to code in a functional style. Are you going to get stuck with filter, map and reduce?
For Frontend Developers
For Backend Developers
The server-side is the natural field for functional programming. With it you'll get better concurrency, which is critical for a server system. However, you don't need to change your stack to Scala or other functional language to enjoy the benefits of functional programming. Using your own language you'll be able to improve dramatically how you write code.
Erik Meijer, one of the architects behind C# and LINQ is one of the most strong supporters of functional programming. Because of that, C# has introduced more and more functional constructs with each version. And if you want to go one step further, you always can jump info F#Go to the course
Even though Java can't be considered a functional language, you can be introduced to most of the concepts thanks to lambdas and functional interfaces support in Java 8. Don't yearn a new project using Scala. You can start to learn functional programming with Java NOW.Go to the course