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Category Theory for Programmers
This is an unofficial PDF version of "Category Theory for Programmers" by Bartosz Milewski, converted from his blogpost series (with permission). Category Theory for Programmers was published 12 August, 2019. Based off release tag v1.3.0. See errata-1.3.0 for changes and fixes since print. Scala Edition is now available in paperback. Publish. Based off release tag v1.3.0. See errata-scala for changes and fixes since print. The best way to build the book is using the Nix package manager. After installing Nix, type nix-shell in the root directory of the project. This will download all the needed dependencies and tools to build the book (TeXLive, required fonts and packages, Pygments theme for syntax highligting, etc.).
- Use the Nix package manager to build the book
- Learn about declarative programming
- You can learn about products and coproducts
- Learn everything about simple algebraic data types
- Understand free and forgetful adjunctions
- Learn all you need to know about monads, monoids, and categories
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