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Published on Jan 10, 2018
This talk was recorded at BeeScala 2017 in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Follow along on Twitter @BeeScalaConf and on the website for more information http://bee-scala.org.
Although Scala’s standard library doesn’t provide a lot of abstractions for functional programming known from languages like Haskell, there are projects out there which aim to fill that gap – one of them is Cats, a library that provides typeclasses, instances and additional constructs to Free (pun intended) us from the burden of writing the same code over and over again. I’m going to show you the benefits of using these constructs in real world applications.