Hello folks, long time no see
I’ve been writing Practical OCaml for a few weeks, a blog where I’ve been exploring different aspects of OCaml. Here’s some of the content I’ve published so far:
Just thought that some of you may enjoy this – I’ve got more in the pipeline, as you can read here.
Hope you like it and feel free to spread the word elsewhere
I love how you come at the topics from a practical angle!
The more people build on OCaml and share what they do, the better.
Showing people some happy paths is very helpful and makes a difference in how someone who picks up OCaml for the first time is going to feel about it.
I know I just opened the thread, but here’s a new issue of Practical OCaml talking about type-state for state machines:
Would love to know what you think and how you build your state machines!