Functional Programming Introduction

What is Functional Programming?functional programming is not...why 'functional' then?helicopter view: the big picturebenefits of functional programminglimitations of functional programminglearning guide for functional programmingwhy the weird new terms?The ConceptsCategory TheoryPure FunctionsMonoidWhy bother with MonoidsFunctorMonad What is functional programming? What functional programming is not. Python uses functions such as len("my string") in place methods such as "my… Continue reading Functional Programming Introduction

Kotlin Multi-Platform Vs Cross-Platform (Flutter)

What is the difference?Definition: Multi-PlatformDefinition: Cross-PlatformStrengths and WeaknessesSuperficiallyUnder the CoverKoltin Mulit-Plaform vs Multiple PlatformsMulti-Platform as the foundation of cross platformCombination: Multi AND Cross Platform What is the difference? There is no universal definition of these two terms, so definitions to be used here must be identified. In a way, I am using the 'google definitions',… Continue reading Kotlin Multi-Platform Vs Cross-Platform (Flutter)

Languages: Compilers, Interpreters

Kotlin is a compiled statically typed language, Python is an interpreted language. While you could interpret Kotlin or Compile Python, the examination in this post shows how the design of each language fits with as a language Kotlin=compiled and Python=interpreted as these are not just implementation choices, but are baked into the respective languages. LT;DR:… Continue reading Languages: Compilers, Interpreters

Static Typed vs Dynamic Typed Languages

Programming languages are categorised as either static typed ,or dynamic typed, and the differences may actually surprise, as they go deeper than it may seem at first. Contents: Dynamic Type Variables: The Obvious, but Superficial Difference Dynamic Types: A Deeper Difference Strange Behaviours Behaviour Summary: Total flexibiliy, total uncertainty Static Types Compile Time vs Run… Continue reading Static Typed vs Dynamic Typed Languages

Issues: bug, task, story and epic

Both scrum and Kanban project boards allow for different issue types. In many tools for project boards, developers can even choose their own issue types. This page covers the standard scrum issue types, and particularly the differences between stories, tasks and epics. Kanban and Scrum: What is the point? the key to agile: stories vs… Continue reading Issues: bug, task, story and epic