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Why is a Monad Like a Writing Desk?
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| by Carin Meier on May 22, 2012 |
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Summary
Carin Meier tells the story of Alice discovering Monads, meeting three types of monads – Identity, Maybe, State-, and learning how to implement them in Clojure.

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Bio

Carin Meier is a software developer at EdgeCase. She started off as a professional ballet dancer, studied Physics in college, and has been developing software for both the enterprise and entrepreneur for the past 15 years. She comes from a solid Java background, but has discovered a passion for the simplicity, power, and elegance of Clojure.

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