Functional programming patterns for the non-mathematician (cut)

I hit on some practical use cases for functors/applicatives/monads. Pretty fast and quick run through of everything, but you can't learn the world in 30 min. Hopefully, people get some intuition or a better concrete understanding - enough to play with the code. here github.com/DrBoolean/patterns_talk

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