Functional programming in C# can give you insight into how your programs will behave. You'll learn the fundamental principles that lie at the foundation of functional programming, why they're important, and how to apply them.
With the advent of LINQ, C# has gotten a significant exposure to functional programming. However, functional programming in C# is not restricted to the use of extension methods, lambdas and immutable classes. There are a lot of practices that haven't been adopted as widely because there's not much of native language support for them in C#. Still, they can be extremely beneficial should you incorporate them into your day-to-day work. This course, Applying Functional Principles in C#, will show them to you. You will learn the fundamental principles behind functional programming, why they are important and how to apply them in practice. Specific topics you'll cover include refactoring to an immutable architecture, avoiding exceptions, primitive obsession, how to handles failures and input errors, and more. By the end of this course, you will have a much more comprehensive understanding of why and how to use functional programming.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Vladimir Khorikov, and welcome to my course Applying Functional Principles in C#. I'm a backend developer and very excited to share this course with you. This course is a description of functional principles that lie at the foundation of functional programming. You will be surprised how simple they are and, at the same time, how many useful practices they entail. Some of the major topics that we will cover include immutable architecture, why nulls are evil and how to fix that, primitive obsession, the use of exceptions, and handling failures and input errors in a functional way. By the end of this course, you will know how to apply all these principles in practice in your own projects. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with the C# programming language. If not, we have lots of C# courses to choose from on Pluralsight. Please join me on this journey to learn functional principles with the Applying Functional Principles in C# course at Pluralsight.