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Combining filters and maps into pipelines Coffee Break: data transformations Coffee Break Explained: data transformations Summary List Comprehensions: An alternative to map and filter List Comprehensions with Scala: the for-expression Coffee Break: Simple list comprehensions Coffee Break Explained: Simple list comprehensions A Generalisation of a list comprehension Comprehension over lists of objects Coffee Break: Working with lists of objects Coffee Break Explained: Working with lists of objects Comprehension over lists that have lists Comprehensions on lists of lists are flatMaps Relating filter, map and flatMap to comprehensions Working with multiple lists Coffee Break: Working with multiple lists Coffee Break Explained: Working with multiple lists List Comprehensions or filter, map and flatMap? A look at concise code with higher order functions Concise code tends to be declaritive code What is a higher order function? A higher order function receives functions as inputs Coffee Break: functions that receive functions Coffee Break: functions that receive functions A higher order function can return a function as output Binding input data to returned functions Coffee Break: functions that return functions Coffee Break: functions that return functions Functions as Types Designing with Functions and Data as Types Wrap-up: Abstractions with Functions and Data Types Coffee Break: Designing with Functions and Data Coffee Break: Designing with Functions and Data Summary.

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This is what is emerged as a workflow. Often, the answer is philosophical which forces me to reduce it to something practical. Initially, I was disappointed when that happened. What do you need to know before we start? What language are we going to use?

Grokking Functional Programming

Where does functional programming fit? Not just programming in a new language. Coffee Break exercises explained.

Referential Transparency What is interesting about maths functions? Why do we have such high trust in maths?

PART 1: RETHINKING PROGRAMMING

A second reason to trust maths: What just happened to our classes? Referential Transparency is why we trust maths.

Steps to achieving referential transparency. From Java to Scala: Defining Immutable objects with Scala. Experiencing Immutable objects with Scala. Experiments with Immutable collections. Using immutable collections in Scala. Aggregation over immutable collections. Programming with Immutable Collections Programming with immutability is strange. How do we add a list of numbers in our head?

Grokking Functional Programming

Another way to think about looping. Implementing loops without loops in code.

No loops: We still value expression of purpose with functions. A Scala way to hide our recursive implementation. Using a local function for the recursive count. Solutions to our recursion practice exercises.

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When can recursion cause a stack overflow? How to cause a stack overflow in a few lines. Visualising the different recursion functions. What shall we name our DRY recursive function?

Passing in code so that we still honor DRY. Passing code into foldLeft with Scala.

Immutable Collections Functions for programming immutable collections. How to add elements to a mutable list. How to add elements to an immutable list. Heads and Tails: Another way to think about lists. Some observations about immutable lists. Simple Linked List: Prepend or append? Concatenating two lists. Coffee Break: Reverse a linked list. Coffee Break Explained: Another interesting data structure: Binary Search Tree: A Simple Scala Implementation.

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