I decided to write about conditional sentences. It should help me to memorize how to properly build the conditional sentences. Conditional sentence is built from “if” (condition) and “main” (result) clauses. There are three main types of conditional sentences.
Weekly Review 192017-05-15
Trip to Warsaw. Started to work on chapter four.
Weekly Review 182017-05-09
Chapter three is HUGE, goal analysis and more.
Weekly Review 172017-05-01
My fifth weekly review is here. I am continuing to work on the third chapter of “How to prove it” book. I started to do a long distance walk.
Weekly Review 162017-04-24
This is my 4th weekly review of the 16th week 2017 year. Life is good!
Weekly Review 152017-04-17
It’s my weekly review for the 15th week of the 2017 year. Since I work through the “How to Prove It: A Structured Approach” book. This week is all about it.
Weekly Review 142017-04-10
The only way to learn mathematics is to do mathematics.
— Paul Halmos
Weekly Review 132017-04-03
I am starting doing my weekly reviews. I am going to share the things which kept my attention, my opinion on these things and what I am going to do next.
Since these reviews are mostly for me I disabled “Comment on GitHub” button (friend of mine suggested to enable the comments). If you have questions or suggestions feel free to send me an email. You may find my email on GitHub and link to my GitHub account is on “About” page (I added the email address to “About” page). Let’s start.
Haskell eXchange 20162016-10-22
A few weeks ago I was able to attend the “Haskell eXchange” conference in London. In this post, I’d like to introduce readers to functional programming and briefly highlight the advantages and techniques of functional programming which I learned from a talk by Don Stewart, the author of the book “Real World Haskell”. Then I’ll share some thoughts about how companies might start to integrate functional programming into their tech stack.