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  • lo

    💥 A Lodash-style Go library based on Go 1.18+ Generics (map, filter, contains, find...)

    I love FP, I'm having newfound joy in Go by using https://github.com/samber/lo and his linked monad and dependency injection libs, FP being slow is not a necessity of computational theory, but more of a case of the C and CPUs being designed for each other for some time now, we could run LISP as machine code, or write SBCL and have most of the benefits already (SBCL can compile to machine code). It's more of a abstraction pattern shift in how to change and reason about code.

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