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About This Book

Programming with Types aims to show how you can use type systems to write better, safer code. Although most books discussing type systems focus on more formal aspects, this book takes a pragmatic approach. It contains numerous examples, applications, and scenarios that you will encounter in your day job.

Who should read this book

This book is for practicing programmers who want to learn more about how type systems work and how to use them to improve code quality. You should have some experience using an object-oriented language such as Java, C#, C++, or JavaScript/ TypeScript. You should also have some minimum software design experience. Although the book will provide various techniques for writing robust, composable, and better-encapsulated code, it assumes that you know why these properties are desirable.

How this book is organized: a road map

This book has 11 chapters covering various aspects of programming with types:

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