Welcome to the 2nd part of the series on Bosque programming language. As Bosque is still a moving target and I am a beginner myself, I will try to follow its main documents and the current source code version.
Douglas Crockford once said that people who finally understand Monads immediately lose the capability to explain them to others. Well, the few readers of this chaotic blog are lucky: neither I understand them nor am able to explain them anyway. However, I can say in advance that a Monad in Scala is something that implements two methods: map and flatMap. Haskell coders (luckily, they’re certainly not reading this blog) now would say: No, there’s no flatMap but only bind written as >>=. Yes, I know but anyway, we’ll stick with flatMap. And to make this article somewhat cooler we’ll use a […]