The Free monad explained – part 1

My next series of blog posts will be on the Free monad. ┬áDon’t be scared by the name, it’s not so difficult to grasp it (if explains correctly) and your code could greatly improve.

Why ? Because it allows a clear separation between the program definition (i.e. the business logic) and its implementation. That means if one day you decide to change your implementation (e.g change your persistent storage) you just need to re-write your interpreter – leaving the business logic untouched.
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