About the Book
Kotlin lies in a really interesting intersection of programming styles, with functional programming becoming increasingly popular. Functional style is by no means new, so why not take advantage of the decades of ideas, concepts, and patterns from that community? In this book we explore those ideas with a higher impact on Kotlin code, including how to model data in immutable fashion, describing dependencies using contexts and effects, or treating actions as data.
About the Author
Alejandro is a developer and trainer specialized in functional programming. He has more than a decade of experience using and researching on functional programming, formal verification, and static analysis. He holds a PhD from Utrecht University on the topic of compilers for domain-specific languages. He is the author of Practical Haskell, the Book of Monads, Haskell (Almost) Standard Libraries, and Functional Programming Ideas for the Curious Kotliner.