Let's face it: unless you're already a member of the FP cool kids club (I'm not!), a statement like, "a monad is just a monoid in the category of endofunctors", just doesn't mean anything useful to us.
That's not to say the terms are meaningless or that FPrs are bad for using them. Once you graduate from Functional-Light, you'll maybe/hopefully want to study FP more formally, and you'll certainly have plenty of exposure to what they mean and why.
To read more about the motivations and perspective behind this book, check out the Preface.
I'm self-publishing this book, most likely digitally on Leanpub. I'll also be trying to work out an option to sell print book copies, but that part is still uncertain.
If you'd like to contribute financially towards the effort (or any of my other OSS work) aside from purchasing the books, I do have a patreon that I would always appreciate your generosity towards.
The content for this book derives heavily from a training workshop I teach professionally (in both public and private-corporate workshop format) of the same name.
If you like this content and would like to contact me regarding conducting training on this, or other various JS/HTML5/Node.js topics, please reach out to me through any of these channels listed here:
I also have several JS training courses available in on-demand video format. I teach courses through Frontend Masters, like my Functional-Lite JS workshop. Some of those courses are also available on PluralSight.
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