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A Monad is just a Monoid…

If you’re a programmer and you ran into the concept of Functional Programming, you either know how to complete this sentence or you will, eventually.

I will not demonstrate what makes a Monad a Monoid, that is Category Theory stuff and you may not want to know it. This article is to demonstrate the correlation between a Monad and a Monoid in the most practical terms and why it matters. Specifically, we’ll be able to…

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Angular GDE, Founder of accademia.dev

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Angular GDE, Founder of accademia.dev

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