…is the sound my head made when reading this post about lazy error handling in Java. You see, functional programming and Java are completely disjoint sets of neurons in my head. Seeing Java code formatted like Lisp and doing lazy evaluation… requires some rerouting.

And when the post finished with:

But there’s more to come, as Thrower has higher aspirations still. It’s not just a functor. It’s a monad.

Okay, look, I followed a link into the middle of this. I really should start somewhere earlier. I wonder if there’s a Lambda Calculus for Dummies?

Or The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Forcing Programming Methodologies into Languages that Go Out of their Way Not to Support Them?

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