In my last post I tried to summarize the main concepts expressed by Prof. John Hughes and Prof. Mary Sheeran in their wonderful keynote at the LambdaDays 2017.
If you didn’t read it, well, here it is. Go on, I’ll be waiting for you here 😁
Jokes apart, at the end of my summary I left a little bit of suspense regarding the topics of my next (this) post but I also gave a few hints about them.
So, without further ado, here there are the two “mysterious concepts”:
I know, I should have written this article a while ago but I couldn’t find the time…sorry 😞
Anyway…one month…how time flies!
Last February, thanks to 😘 Mikamai, I had the immense pleasure to attend to an astonishing conf.
For the ones who don’t know, LambdaDays is an international 2 days conference that has been held in Krakow for four years now.
Its main focus is the “umbrella topic” of “Functional Programming”.
Usually developers when thinking about a solution put their focus on the complexity of the algorithm (O(n), O(n^2) …) rather than the memory consumption, so lets see an example where the constraint is the memory S.
I would like to share the solution to an interesting exercise that I was asked to solve during a technical interview.