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* ''The Mutable State and Fight with it'' by E. R. Kirpichev
 
* ''The Mutable State and Fight with it'' by E. R. Kirpichev
 
* ''I haven't took the checkers for a long time'' by D. E. Astapov
 
* ''I haven't took the checkers for a long time'' by D. E. Astapov
* ''Monoids and their Uses in Haskell'' by D. Piponi (translated by K. Zaborski)
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* ''Haskell Monoids and their Uses'' by D. Piponi (translated by K. V. Zaborski)
* ''The literature on Functional Programming Overview'' by A. Y. Ott
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* ''The Literature on Functional Programming Overview'' by A. Y. Ott
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The editor of the first issue is L. Walkin.
   
 
== Second issue ==
 
== Second issue ==

Revision as of 16:35, 3 October 2009

Practice of Functional Programing — a Russian electronic magazine devoted to promoting functional programming, with both theoretical and explanatory articles as well as practical ones (FP success stories). Much of the material is often related to Haskell. Visit the Official web-site of this magazine (in Russian).

The editorial and authors stuff want to distribute this magazine free of charge. But the development of it can't be free of charge. So you can make a donation with WebMoney (R218751601599), Yandex.Money (41001450150424) or PayPal. The editorial and authors stuff will be gratiful for any pecuniary aid.

1 First issue

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The first issue was released at 20 July 2009. It contains the next papers:
  • Lazy to Fear by S. A. Zefirov
  • Function and Functional Approach by R. V. Dushkin
  • The Mutable State and Fight with it by E. R. Kirpichev
  • I haven't took the checkers for a long time by D. E. Astapov
  • Haskell Monoids and their Uses by D. Piponi (translated by K. V. Zaborski)
  • The Literature on Functional Programming Overview by A. Y. Ott

The editor of the first issue is L. Walkin.

2 Second issue

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The first issue was released at 28 September 2009.