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on 5/16/2015 11:20 AM
I strongly believe that we should keep code as referential transparent as possible. Unfortunately, F# language does not encourage programmers to use Either monad to deal with errors. The common practice in the community is using common in the rest .NET (imperative) world exception based approach. From my experienced, almost all bugs found in production are caused by unhandled exceptions. The problemIn our project we've used the Either monad for error handling with great success for about two years. ExtCore[...]
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