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Discussion on: Daily Challenge #210 - Separate Capitalization

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Amin

I won't lie, since this was my first real functional programming language, it was tough, really tough. And this is essentially due to the fact that I was not used to no parens (or not at the same position at least) and function composition mainly.

But functional programming is like a muscle. The best competitors are working hard to obtain a great physical condition. This is the same thing for people like you and me that are used to procedural or oriented-object programming. It requires a lot of practices to get out of our habits.

But when you practiced enough, you'll start to love functional programming and that is the only certainty you have. The rest is up to you. And actually, since I'm a Web Developer, and doing most of my stuff in JavaScript at work (I hope I get to include Elm one day) this has made me a better overall JavaScript developer. There is no time wasted on learning this language, trust me.