DubJUG - Java Champion Venkat Subramaniam
On a rare appearance in Ireland Java Champion extraordinaire Venkat Subramanian treated us to a 90 minute deep-dive on Refactoring from Imperative to Functional Style.
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Refactoring from Imperative to Functional Style
Learning syntax is part of our lives and that comes from practice. The challenge with programming in the functional style is to be able to think in a paradigm that is different from the one we are used to.
In this live coding presentation, we looked at how to promote such thinking by taking some imperative style code and refactoring to functional style. Along the way, we discussed the thought process to make the journey a pleasant experience and also explored the functions baked into the JDK that make this possible.
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