The Reasoned Schemer

The Reasoned Schemer by Friedman, Byrd and Kiselyov is one of those deceptivingly thin books that are packed full of content. It’s written in the same style as The Little Schemer and The Seasoned Schemer, namely in form of questions and answers that slowly teach you how relational programs are written. Slowly probably isn’t the correct word though, as the book is only 160 or so pages long, so the pace is actually quite high and at least I couldn’t internalize everything in one go (not even after re-reading it multiple times).

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