Re: reading for ordinary java programmer
Andrew Gaydenko <a <at> gaydenko.com>
2008-01-01 17:07:32 GMT
Thanks! Am reading, but already want more
P.S. BTW, I have tried 'rlwrap' with Konsole and have got rather strange
behavior. Which term do you use?
David and All,
If to say about "more theoretical" background, I'm trying to dig in John
Harrison's "Introduction to FP" also. Saying more common, I feel, to
understand all Scala's power I need to learn, say, Haskell. But am afraid it
is too time-costly way. Thoughts?
======= On Monday 31 December 2007, David Pollak wrote: =======
> Here are some links that might help:
> You might want to reverse the order you read them in (bottom to
> On Dec 31, 2007, at 4:29 AM, Andrew Gaydenko wrote:
> > Hi!
> > Scala mailing lists, articles, blogs often include something not
> > familiar
> > for "ordinary" java programmer (folding, category, monad, ... you
> > say). Are
> > there publically available resources to (at least partially) refill
> > knowledge
> > lack? I dont mean some kind of 1000 pages books.
> > Heh, the language is so exciting even without deep understanding!
> > Andrew Gaydenko
> David Pollak