Magic Tricks with Functional Effects
Functional effects allow building programs as pure, immutable values, which are later interpreted (step-by-step) into the side-effects they describe. This simple concept, implemented in ZIO, Monix, and other libraries, opens up a world of new programming techniques in which the impossible becomes possible.
In this entertaining and educational keynote by John A. De Goes, architect of ZIO, you’ll learn some cool magic tricks that will help you solve real-world problems with newfound levels of reusability, type-safety, and testability.