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Re: [ljc] Why hasn't Scala and functional programming taken off

From: Abraham Marín P.
Sent on: Saturday, October 5, 2013 3:46 PM
Huh? I may be showing off my ignorance here but I wasn't counting JavaScript as FP, at least the way we use it doesn't seem very FP to me...

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On 5 Oct 2013, at 14:29, "@sleepyfox" <[address removed]> wrote:




On 5 October[masked]:45, Abraham Marín Pérez <[address removed]> wrote:

PS: as a side note, I haven't ever used scala or any other FP language (although I want to) nor I know anyone in my company who has.

Wow!
 
No one in your company has used JavaScript?

Fox
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