Interlude

(written by lawrence krubner, however indented passages are often quotes). You can contact lawrence at: lawrence@krubner.com

I am mostly done writing the second half of this series, however, it needs to be edited, some code needs to be written, all of the code needs to be checked, and I need to work with Leah McCloskey to develop further cartoons for illustrating the points made in this series. Also, I have a full time job. So it will likely be 2 or 3 months before I can publish the second half of this series.

The series is available here:

1.) Quincy’s Restaurant, a parable about concurrency

2.) Why I hate all articles about design patterns

3.) Clojure has mutable state

4.) Immutability changes everything

5.) Mutable iterators are the work of the Devil

6.) Get rid of all Dependency Injection

7.) Sick politics is the driving force of useless ceremony

8.) Functional programming is not the same as static data-type checking

Interlude

9.) Inheritance has nothing to do with objects

10.) Is there a syntax for immutability?

11.) Immutability enables concurrency

12.) Quincy’s Restaurant, the game

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