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Published on Nov 29, 2018
Kotlin has been a revolution in the past two years, especially in the Android world which were using outdated versions of Java. The language leap is so high, that now we are even allowed to put some Functional Programming in the mix. This is being done through Arrow project, a FP typed library for Kotlin (and compatible with Java) But, instead of doing a boring theroretical introduction to FP principles, we will see practical examplen on how we can complement our classic OOP with FP structures and patterns Arrow provides, and how can we apply them to have more concise and robust code.