Best Monad podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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An off-the-cuff stream of Functional Programming ideas, skills, patterns, and news from Functional Programming expert Eric Normand.
 
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LambdaCast is a podcast about functional programming for working developers. Our focus is to describe concepts using clear everyday language without watering anything down. If you've ever been curious about FP but were turned off by the jargon or unfamiliar concepts, this is the place to be.Thoughts, comments, critique? Send them to contact@lambdacast.comMusic is "Lively Lumpsucker" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 LicenseIcon is a modific ...
 
A seasonal podcast that brings the ideas and tools of philosophy to everyone. Featuring interviews with professional philosophers, personal stories, and lots of fun thought experiments. We'll start with about 5 episodes per season. Season one projected to launch 2020.
 
An off-the-cuff stream of Functional Programming ideas, skills, patterns, and news from Functional Programming expert Eric Normand.
 
An off-the-cuff stream of Functional Programming ideas, skills, patterns, and news from Functional Programming expert Eric Normand.
 
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LambdaCast
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LambdaCast is a podcast about functional programming for working developers. Our focus is to describe concepts using clear everyday language without watering anything down. If you've ever been curious about FP but were turned off by the jargon or unfamiliar concepts, this is the place to be.Thoughts, comments, critique? Send them to contact@lambdacast.comMusic is "Lively Lumpsucker" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 LicenseIcon is a modific ...
 
The Monadology (La Monadologie, 1714) is one of Gottfried Leibniz’s best known works representing his later philosophy. It is a short text which sketches in some 90 paragraphs a metaphysics of simple substances, or monads. What he proposed can be seen as a modification of occasionalism developed by latter-day Cartesians. Leibniz surmised that there are indefinitely many substances individually 'programmed' to act in a predetermined way, each program being coordinated with all the others. Thi ...
 
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Episode link to share: https://shows.pippa.io/reductio/monad-4-what-is-philosophy Our Patreon Page: Reductio: Adventures in Ideas is creating A Podcast about Ideas, Philosophy, and Understanding | Patreon Our Website: www.invertedspectrummedia.com Philosophy Bites: https://philosophybites.com/
 
Functors are an operation that has a structure preserving property. But what is that? Are these things practical? Does it have anything to do with the real world? Of course! To be useful, it must derive from real-world things we see all around us. This one is an assembly line. How? That’s what this episode is all about. Transcript Eric Normand: ...…
 
Functors are an operation that has a structure preserving property. But what is that? Are these things practical? Does it have anything to do with the real world? Of course! To be useful, it must derive from real-world things we see all around us. This one is an assembly line. How? That’s what this episode is all about. Transcript Eric Normand: ...…
 
Functors are an operation that has a structure preserving property. But what is that? Are these things practical? Does it have anything to do with the real world? Of course! To be useful, it must derive from real-world things we see all around us. This one is an assembly line. How? That’s what this episode is all about. Transcript Eric Normand: ...…
 
To Subscribe: Search for PowerScriping in your podcast app of choice or click here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/Powerscripting Guest: Todd Klindt https://twitter.com/ToddKlindt PowerShell Core version: 6.2.1 Recorded: May 15th 2019 Show links: https://www.toddklindt.com https://www.toddklindt.com/netcast/default.aspx https://www.youtube.com/use ...…
 
I received a negative YouTube comment. Normally, I ignore those, but this one insulted you, my audience. So I address it. Why am I podcasting about functional programming? What teaching techniques do I employ to help people learn? Transcript Eric Normand: Why am I podcasting? Hi, my name is Eric Normand and I help people thrive with Functional ...…
 
I received a negative YouTube comment. Normally, I ignore those, but this one insulted you, my audience. So I address it. Why am I podcasting about functional programming? What teaching techniques do I employ to help people learn? Transcript Eric Normand: Why am I podcasting? Hi, my name is Eric Normand and I help people thrive with Functional ...…
 
I received a negative YouTube comment. Normally, I ignore those, but this one insulted you, my audience. So I address it. Why am I podcasting about functional programming? What teaching techniques do I employ to help people learn? Transcript Eric Normand: Why am I podcasting? Hi, my name is Eric Normand and I help people thrive with Functional ...…
 
To Subscribe: Search for PowerScriping in your podcast app of choice or click here: http://feeds.feedburner.com/Powerscripting Guest: Don Jones https://twitter.com/concentrateddon PowerShell Core version: 6.1.3 Recorded: April 24th 2019 Show links: https://leanpub.com/u/donjones Other podcasts: https://powershellnews.podbean.com/ https://clouds ...…
 
There’s a cliche: any problem can be solved with another layer of indirection. That’s true, but does your brilliant idea for a new layer of indirection actually solve a problem? In this episode, we explore this question and develop a rule of thumb for evaluating layers of indirection. Transcript Eric Normand: Is your layer of indirection actual ...…
 
There’s a cliche: any problem can be solved with another layer of indirection. That’s true, but does your brilliant idea for a new layer of indirection actually solve a problem? In this episode, we explore this question and develop a rule of thumb for evaluating layers of indirection. Transcript Eric Normand: Is your layer of indirection actual ...…
 
There’s a cliche: any problem can be solved with another layer of indirection. That’s true, but does your brilliant idea for a new layer of indirection actually solve a problem? In this episode, we explore this question and develop a rule of thumb for evaluating layers of indirection. Transcript Eric Normand: Is your layer of indirection actual ...…
 
Everyone talks about monads but monoids are where it’s at. Monoids are simple and make distributed computation a breeze. In this episode, we learn the two properties that make an operation a monoid, and how to use it do distributed computation. Transcript Eric Normand: What is a monoid? By the end of this episode you will understand the two pro ...…
 
Everyone talks about monads but monoids are where it’s at. Monoids are simple and make distributed computation a breeze. In this episode, we learn the two properties that make an operation a monoid, and how to use it do distributed computation. Transcript Eric Normand: What is a monoid? By the end of this episode you will understand the two pro ...…
 
Everyone talks about monads but monoids are where it’s at. Monoids are simple and make distributed computation a breeze. In this episode, we learn the two properties that make an operation a monoid, and how to use it do distributed computation. Transcript Eric Normand: What is a monoid? By the end of this episode you will understand the two pro ...…
 
Lazy evaluation is easily implemented in any language that can create first-class computations. That means functions or objects. In this episode, I explain how to implement a Delay, which is a reusable lazy component that is common in functional programming languages. Transcript Eric Normand: How do you implement lazy evaluation, even if your l ...…
 
Lazy evaluation is easily implemented in any language that can create first-class computations. That means functions or objects. In this episode, I explain how to implement a Delay, which is a reusable lazy component that is common in functional programming languages. Transcript Eric Normand: How do you implement lazy evaluation, even if your l ...…
 
Lazy evaluation is easily implemented in any language that can create first-class computations. That means functions or objects. In this episode, I explain how to implement a Delay, which is a reusable lazy component that is common in functional programming languages. Transcript Eric Normand: How do you implement lazy evaluation, even if your l ...…
 
Lang's piece on which out interview is based: https://theoutline.com/post/7286/the-anatomy-of-a-dogwhistle Inverted Spectrum Media's website: www.invertedspectrummedia.com
 
Lazy evaluation is a common technique in functional programming for separating two concerns: how you generate a value from whether/when you actually generate it. We look at the two different kinds of laziness and the benefits it gives you.By Eric Normand.
 
Lazy evaluation is a common technique in functional programming for separating two concerns: how you generate a value from whether/when you actually generate it. We look at the two different kinds of laziness and the benefits it gives you.By Eric Normand.
 
Lazy evaluation is a common technique in functional programming for separating two concerns: how you generate a value from whether/when you actually generate it. We look at the two different kinds of laziness and the benefits it gives you.By Eric Normand.
 
People think recursion is hard but it’s no harder than a for loop. In fact, it’s got the same parts, they’re just not laid out in the same way. In this episode, we look at how you can spot those three parts in any recursive function. Transcript Eric Normand: How is recursion like a for loop? By the end of this episode, you will learn the three ...…
 
People think recursion is hard but it’s no harder than a for loop. In fact, it’s got the same parts, they’re just not laid out in the same way. In this episode, we look at how you can spot those three parts in any recursive function. Transcript Eric Normand: How is recursion like a for loop? By the end of this episode, you will learn the three ...…
 
People think recursion is hard but it’s no harder than a for loop. In fact, it’s got the same parts, they’re just not laid out in the same way. In this episode, we look at how you can spot those three parts in any recursive function. Transcript Eric Normand: How is recursion like a for loop? By the end of this episode, you will learn the three ...…
 
If you’re using a less popular language, it may seem like there is a ton of pain there. But there’s pain everywhere. Every stack has its own problems. The key is you need to pick the pain you want to live with. Transcript Eric Normand: Why do programmers put up with so much pain? By the end of this episode, I hope to explore this idea a little ...…
 
If you’re using a less popular language, it may seem like there is a ton of pain there. But there’s pain everywhere. Every stack has its own problems. The key is you need to pick the pain you want to live with. Transcript Eric Normand: Why do programmers put up with so much pain? By the end of this episode, I hope to explore this idea a little ...…
 
If you’re using a less popular language, it may seem like there is a ton of pain there. But there’s pain everywhere. Every stack has its own problems. The key is you need to pick the pain you want to live with. Transcript Eric Normand: Why do programmers put up with so much pain? By the end of this episode, I hope to explore this idea a little ...…
 
I’ve always found switching languages to be educational. I learn a lot. It always makes me wonder what I might learn from a non-existing language that I would bring back to my favorite languages. Transcript Eric Normand: Can you always find a layer of meaning in which your problem is easier? In this episode, I want to talk about my experience w ...…
 
I’ve always found switching languages to be educational. I learn a lot. It always makes me wonder what I might learn from a non-existing language that I would bring back to my favorite languages. Transcript Eric Normand: Can you always find a layer of meaning in which your problem is easier? In this episode, I want to talk about my experience w ...…
 
I’ve always found switching languages to be educational. I learn a lot. It always makes me wonder what I might learn from a non-existing language that I would bring back to my favorite languages. Transcript Eric Normand: Can you always find a layer of meaning in which your problem is easier? In this episode, I want to talk about my experience w ...…
 
Point-free style is a way of defining functions with a very simple constraint: you cannot name arguments or intermediate values. How can you possibly do that? Well, with higher-order functions, of course. For instance, with function composition, you can define a new function without naming the arguments. Some languages, like the APL family, or ...…
 
Point-free style is a way of defining functions with a very simple constraint: you cannot name arguments or intermediate values. How can you possibly do that? Well, with higher-order functions, of course. For instance, with function composition, you can define a new function without naming the arguments. Some languages, like the APL family, or ...…
 
Point-free style is a way of defining functions with a very simple constraint: you cannot name arguments or intermediate values. How can you possibly do that? Well, with higher-order functions, of course. For instance, with function composition, you can define a new function without naming the arguments. Some languages, like the APL family, or ...…
 
Referential transparency is a term you’ll hear a lot in functional programming. It means that an expression can be replaced by its result. That is, 5+4 can be replaced by 9, without changing the behavior of the program. You can extend the definition also to functions. So you can say + is referentially transparent, because if you call it with th ...…
 
Referential transparency is a term you’ll hear a lot in functional programming. It means that an expression can be replaced by its result. That is, 5+4 can be replaced by 9, without changing the behavior of the program. You can extend the definition also to functions. So you can say + is referentially transparent, because if you call it with th ...…
 
Referential transparency is a term you’ll hear a lot in functional programming. It means that an expression can be replaced by its result. That is, 5+4 can be replaced by 9, without changing the behavior of the program. You can extend the definition also to functions. So you can say + is referentially transparent, because if you call it with th ...…
 
NPR stories about rebuilding in Santa Rosa https://www.npr.org/2018/10/16/656532029/getting-back-what-you-lost-rebuilding-in-a-wildfire-zone https://www.revealnews.org/episodes/built-to-burn/ Hi-Phi Nation https://hiphination.org/ YouTube Clips Ben Shapiro on Bill Maher: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGcdPakoytg Kyle Kulinski https://www.yout ...…
 
In OOP, we wrap our data in an interface, which is called implementation-hiding or data-hiding. In functional programming, we don’t do that. We use our data in the nude. We pass the data around and allow the context to interpret the data as it seens fit. In this episode, we look at this significant difference between OOP and FP and how to do it ...…
 
In OOP, we wrap our data in an interface, which is called implementation-hiding or data-hiding. In functional programming, we don’t do that. We use our data in the nude. We pass the data around and allow the context to interpret the data as it seens fit. In this episode, we look at this significant difference between OOP and FP and how to do it ...…
 
In OOP, we wrap our data in an interface, which is called implementation-hiding or data-hiding. In functional programming, we don’t do that. We use our data in the nude. We pass the data around and allow the context to interpret the data as it seens fit. In this episode, we look at this significant difference between OOP and FP and how to do it ...…
 
Higher-order functions are functions that take a function as an argument and/or return a function. We use them a lot in functional programming. They are a way to define reusable functionality, as we do with map, filter, and reduce. Transcript Eric Normand: What are higher-order functions? By the end of this episode, you’ll know what higher-orde ...…
 
Higher-order functions are functions that take a function as an argument and/or return a function. We use them a lot in functional programming. They are a way to define reusable functionality, as we do with map, filter, and reduce. Transcript Eric Normand: What are higher-order functions? By the end of this episode, you’ll know what higher-orde ...…
 
Higher-order functions are functions that take a function as an argument and/or return a function. We use them a lot in functional programming. They are a way to define reusable functionality, as we do with map, filter, and reduce. Transcript Eric Normand: What are higher-order functions? By the end of this episode, you’ll know what higher-orde ...…
 
Function composition is taking the return value of one function and passing it as an argument to another function. It’s common enough that functional programmers have turned it into its own operation. In this episode, we go deep into why it’s important and how you can use it and write it yourself. Transcript Eric Normand: What is function compo ...…
 
Function composition is taking the return value of one function and passing it as an argument to another function. It’s common enough that functional programmers have turned it into its own operation. In this episode, we go deep into why it’s important and how you can use it and write it yourself. Transcript Eric Normand: What is function compo ...…
 
Function composition is taking the return value of one function and passing it as an argument to another function. It’s common enough that functional programmers have turned it into its own operation. In this episode, we go deep into why it’s important and how you can use it and write it yourself. Transcript Eric Normand: What is function compo ...…
 
Some functions have a special value that will stop computation. For instance, multiplication will stop if you multiply zero by anything. We can use this property to our advantage. Transcript Eric Normand: What does it mean for a function to have a zero? By the end of this episode, you’ll be seeing zeroes everywhere, and you’ll know how to use t ...…
 
Some functions have a special value that will stop computation. For instance, multiplication will stop if you multiply zero by anything. We can use this property to our advantage. Transcript Eric Normand: What does it mean for a function to have a zero? By the end of this episode, you’ll be seeing zeroes everywhere, and you’ll know how to use t ...…
 
Some functions have a special value that will stop computation. For instance, multiplication will stop if you multiply zero by anything. We can use this property to our advantage. Transcript Eric Normand: What does it mean for a function to have a zero? By the end of this episode, you’ll be seeing zeroes everywhere, and you’ll know how to use t ...…
 
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