Functional programming in practice

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No side effects, simple testing, the correctness of the programs can even be proven – all advantages of functional programming. It has always played a role in academia, but it is also becoming increasingly popular in industry. At the same time, it seems aloof and difficult to understand. In this episode, Eberhard Wolff talks to Lars Hupel and Isabel Wingen about how they benefit from functional programming in everyday project work, what experiences they have made and how you can start with this concept yourself.

The broadcast will take place tomorrow, Friday, October 29, 2021, at 12 noon (CEST), the episode will then be available as a recording. During the live stream, questions can be asked via Twitch or YouTube chat, per Twitter an @ewolff or anonymously with the form on the videocast website bring in. is a videocast by Eberhard Wolff, blogger and podcaster on heise Developer and well-known software architect in the service of the IT consulting company INNOQ. Since June 2020, well over 70 episodes have been created that illuminate different areas of software architecture – sometimes with guests, sometimes Wolff solo. Ties for over a year heise Developer the new episodes streamed via YouTube in the online channel so that viewers can follow the videocast from the Heise media.


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