I have recently waffled between Haskell and Scala in terms of learning. Well, I'm back on Scala. :)
I've found that working with OOP and trying to completely change how I think to do FP in Haskell was really tough. I wanted to make things a little easier on myself, so I'm back with Scala, but 80% OOP and 20% FP.
The real thing I'm looking to dig deeper is the type system, but in a little bit more familiar territory.
So, to that end, I've tried taking a little more practical approach. I have started my learning scala site.
The purpose of that is to build a site, while I learn. It combines Scala and the Play framework.
I was turned onto Essential Play book by somebody on the Corecursive podcast, and it's been very useful. I was figuring some basic things out, and go stuck on how to connect to a DB and manage the schema and migrations. Hopefully this book will help with that as well.
As I make some progress I hope to write these sort of posts there as well. I'm hoping it can prove useful to others trying to learn the same material.
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