You'll certainly have to learn functional programming. However, I suggest you do it on the go as you learn Elixir. In fact, I strongly believe that the functional approach will most of the times be easier than Object Oriented Programming. Something that a lot of people do when they're just starting with Elixir (myself included) is trying to simulate what they would do in OOP, in functional code, and that's just a bad idea. But once you get used to thinking functional, your code will be easier to understand and debug. And the best way to achieve that is by practicing 🤓
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