Functional Programming in C# 2nd Ed (Manning)
Monday, 21 March 2022

This book aims to show developers how to apply functional thinking to C# code. Enrico Buonanno's practical examples and spot-on treatment of FP concepts makes it the perfect guide for proficient C# programmers. This second edition is fully revised to cover new functional-inspired features in the most recent releases of C#, including tuples, async streams, pattern matching, and records.

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Author: Enrico Buonanno
Publisher: Manning
Date: February 2022
Pages: 448
ISBN: 978-1617299827
Print: 1617299820
Kindle: B09P1Z2PPB
Audience: C# developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: C#

  • Use higher-order functions to reduce duplication and do more with less code
  • Use pure functions to write code that is easy to test and optimize
  • Write pleasant APIs that accurately describe your program's behavior
  • Use dedicated types to handle nullability, system errors, and validation rules predictably and elegantly
  • Write composable code without the overhead of an IoC container

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