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Wednesday, October 6 • 19:00 - 20:00
Handling exceptions, the functional way

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You’re working on your Java application when suddenly your compiler yells at you - ”Hey! This operation here throws an exception, you should handle it”. Usually, the next move is either a) wrap everything in a try-catch block, or b) propagate the exception. Then you think, a) is very imperative and usually comes with state mutation, while b) will require refactoring the codebase, and will likely end up with a) at some point. In this talk we’ll see how we can better handle exceptions in Java in a functional/immutable style, using only our wit and will, and a lightweight library called “maybe” to help with the heavy load.

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José Luis León

Full Stack Developer, Stack Builders
My name is José Luis León, I’m a software developer working at Stack Builders with about 6 years of experience in full-stack development. I enjoy contributing to the software community, which makes me spend my time helping contribute to open source libraries or working on ideas... Read More →

Wednesday October 6, 2021 19:00 - 20:00 CEST
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