181: In Functional Programming how to do IO and database operations

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In the world of Functional programming where pure functions don’t encourage side-effects, how does on actually do any IO?

So in this brave new world where everyone is adopting more FP principles, do we just stop doing database operations? Listen to this episode to find out.

Functional Programming basics

  • Ep 83 : Learning the basics of functional programing with Anup Cowkur
  • Ep 120 : Functional Programming with Kotlin Arrow team
  • Ep 121 : Functional Programming with Kotlin Arrow team (Part 2)

Unidirectional State Flow

Resources for FP/IO contention

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180: Code Comments

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In this episode of Fragmented, Donn talks about when it’s appropriate to comment your code.

Donn then dives into the types of code comments, when you might want to comment vs when you might not want to (depending upon your consumer) and then gets into how he decides to comment his code with a simple two-step process.

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179: Kaushiks Top Tips For Giving A Technical Talk

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In this episode of Fragmented, Kaush breaks down how he begins creating and writing technical talks, using a talk he’s about to give at the Mobilization Conference.

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178: Learning New Languages

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As Android developers we know Java and now Kotlin. But to become even more seasoned developers, learning newer languages can be a level booster.

The list can go on and on, especially if you’ve been in the industry awhile. So, when does it make sense for you to learn a new language?

When should you learn a new language? When does it make sense? How do you do it?

In this episode KG and Donn discuss the merits of learning new languages, what new languages they’ve picked up and how they feel its important for them and their careers as developers.

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177: Over-Engineered Code

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How do you know if some code is over-engineered?

What does that even look like?

How do you know if you’re over-engineering the code that you’re writing?

What if you recently started at a new company, how do you know if the code you’re working with is over-engineered?

In this episode, Kaushik and Donn go back and forth on this topic …

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