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Functional Design and Architecture

Series: Haskell Books
Title
Functional Design and Architecture
Subtitle
Building real programs in Haskell
Authors
Alexander Granin
Publisher
Self-Published

Blurb

It is a fundamental book about Software Design in Haskell. The main idea of this book is to provide a comprehensive source of knowledge, a complete methodology of building real world applications in Haskell. Application architectures, best practices, design patterns and approaches, - all the information you need to achieve a simple, maintainable, testable code with low complexity and low risks. By reading this book, you’ll learn many useful techniques: from the requirement analysis to the implementation of particular subsystems such as SQL and NoSQL databases, multithreading, logging. You’ll learn about design principles, application layers, functional interfaces, Inversion of Control and Dependency Injection in Haskell.

Editions

  • First Edition
    • Published: October 10, 2020
    • Pages: 334
    • Color: black and white
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Travis Cardwell

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