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Monads and Comonads

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Monads are a powerful and widely used abstraction in functional programming that can be used for modelling sequential computations. In this talk we will build up an understanding of monads: first seeing their origins in category theory, then moving swiftly on to see how monads can be used in Haskell programs, finally we will explore the lesser known dual of monads called comonads.

This talk is part of the Churchill CompSci Talks series.

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