In episode 120 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about camping and national parks, writing functional feature specs for an application, and some practical examples of elixir's pattern matching and guard clauses.
- Monty Python - Holy Hand Grenade
- Grand Canyon
- Yellowstone National Park
- Koa Campgrounds
- How to Write a Painless Product Requirements Document
- What Goes Into a Functional Specification?
- React FAQ
- Elixir - Pattern Matching
- Elixir School - Pattern Matching
- Elixir - Guards
- Elixir - ProductPresenter code with pattern matching and guards
- Single responsibility principle
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