Pure Functions as Nominal Format for Design with Legacy Code with Alex Bolboaca and Adrian Bolboaca

February 12, 2020

When we transform a data format into another, we often pass through an intermediary, nominal format. The question is: is there a nominal format for software design?

During a longer conversation about refactoring legacy code through pure functions, Alex Bolboaca advances the idea that a good candidate for a nominal format for software design is built around pure functions. Watch the full video.

This video is part of the series on Legacy Code Challenges from Mozaic Works https://mozaicworks.com.

Alex Bolboaca is a programmer, CTO, author, trainer and coach at Mozaic Works.

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