A robust option type for C#
Not really. C# doesn't have monads but you can easily add something like https://github.com/nlkl/Optional which is great for a team familiar with option types and IMO will lead to a more productive team with a more concise code base.
Derives and generates mundane golang functions that you do not want to maintain yourself
Now, am I going to do the same with a library like goderive just so I can use FP techniques to get, amongst some other things, less nil checks? No. Probably not. If I wanted to use primarily FP techniques in my code, I would probably be using something else in the first place. Go isn't a great environment for guaranteeing immutability for starters, so anything like that is necessarily going to be an incomplete experience. And in the bargain, my code would, in my opinion at least, be less readable and maintainable.
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Nullable vs Option
1 project | /r/csharp | 12 Aug 2023
Do you generate Clone or Copy methods?
1 project | /r/golang | 18 Mar 2023
Common C practice to avoid in C++
3 projects | /r/cpp_questions | 10 Oct 2022
Derives mundane Golang functions that you do not want to maintain
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Feb 2022
How do you handle EF Core null return values in your projects?
1 project | /r/dotnet | 5 Feb 2021