Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Slide - SAML, Variants, Functors, Monads and Exceptions

A presentation I gave at work (SAP Concur) on SAML, using variants and exception handling in Clojure, functors, applicative functors and monads in Haskell and how Maybe and Either monads short circuits during exception and such. Removed some internal code and links.


The variant C code can be downloaded from Github.
Download this slide from Github.

1 comment:

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