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A new series of blog posts distilled from material for Monadic Design Patterns for the Web

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Meredith Gregory
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Dear Scalarazzi,
In the series, i am not a monad i am a free algebra, i'm attempting to tell a story about some folkloric wisdom that most computer scientists (at least those in programming language semantics) enjoy as a kind of general ambient understanding, but that neither mainstream programmers nor mainstream mathematicians know much about as a general rule. Having this understanding at your fingertips, so to speak, is a significant aid to simplifying and organizing the veritable zoo of data structures and bringing some coherence to the many different ways of reasoning about them. Of course, this lays the groundwork for a significant pay-off of monadic structuring techniques.
The first three entries in the series have been published at the links below. As usual, all the examples are in Scala.
Best wishes,
--greg

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Erik Post
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Re: A new series of blog posts distilled from material for Monad
Hi Greg,
I just came across your articles on Planet Scala and I really enjoyed reading bits of it. I'll be by the fireplace with a cup of tea and a 'Do Not Disturb' sign around my neck later on. Thanks!
Cheers,Erik
Op vrijdag 19 augustus 2011 09:48:46 UTC+2 schreef leithaus het volgende:
Dear Scalarazzi,
In the series, i am not a monad i am a free algebra, i'm attempting to tell a story about some folkloric wisdom that most computer scientists (at least those in programming language semantics) enjoy as a kind of general ambient understanding, but that neither mainstream programmers nor mainstream mathematicians know much about as a general rule. Having this understanding at your fingertips, so to speak, is a significant aid to simplifying and organizing the veritable zoo of data structures and bringing some coherence to the many different ways of reasoning about them. Of course, this lays the groundwork for a significant pay-off of monadic structuring techniques.
The first three entries in the series have been published at the links below. As usual, all the examples are in Scala.
Best wishes,
--greg

--
L.G. Meredith
Managing Partner
Biosimilarity LLC
7329 39th Ave SWSeattle, WA 98136

+1 206.650.3740

http://biosimilarity.blogspot.com
Chris Twiner
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Re: A new series of blog posts distilled from material for Mona

Be reading you

On Aug 19, 2011 9:48 AM, "Meredith Gregory" <lgreg [dot] meredith [at] gmail [dot] com> wrote:
> Dear Scalarazzi,
>
> In the series, i am not a monad i am a free algebra, i'm attempting to tell
> a story about some folkloric wisdom that most computer scientists (at least
> those in programming language semantics) enjoy as a kind of general ambient
> understanding, but that neither mainstream programmers nor mainstream
> mathematicians know much about as a general rule. Having this understanding
> at your fingertips, so to speak, is a significant aid to simplifying and
> organizing the veritable zoo of data structures and bringing some coherence
> to the many different ways of reasoning about them. Of course, this lays the
> groundwork for a significant pay-off of monadic structuring techniques.
>
> The first three entries in the series have been published at the links
> below. As usual, all the examples are in Scala.
>
> - i am not a monad i am a free algebra (pt
> 1)<http://biosimilarity.blogspot.com/2011/08/i-am-not-monad-i-am-free-algebra-pt-1.html>
> - i am not a monad i am a free algebra (pt
> 2)<http://biosimilarity.blogspot.com/2011/08/i-am-not-monad-i-am-free-algebra-pt-2.html>
> - i am not a monad i am a free algebra (pt
> 3)<http://biosimilarity.blogspot.com/2011/08/i-am-not-monad-i-am-free-algebra-pt-3.html>
>
>
> Best wishes,
>
> --greg
>
> --
> L.G. Meredith
> Managing Partner
> Biosimilarity LLC
> 7329 39th Ave SW
> Seattle, WA 98136
>
> +1 206.650.3740
>
> http://biosimilarity.blogspot.com

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