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 Title: Category Theory for Programmers
 Author(s) Bartosz Milewski
 Publisher: The University of Texas; eBook (Creative Commons Licensed)
 License(s): CC BYSA 4.0
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 eBook: HTML and PDF
 Language: English
 ISBN10: 0464243874
 ISBN13: 9780464243878
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In this book, the author illustrates all major concepts of Category Theory using computer code. You are probably aware that functional languages are closer to math than the more popular imperative languages. They also offer more abstracting power.
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 Category Theory for Programmers (Bartosz Milewski)
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