There are a considerable number of people who will gush over functional programming, and I am one of those people. The use of mathematical functions to determine computational output based only on the arguments that are input to the function is a sweet, organized melody of calculated logic to my inner soul.
If you don’t put yourself out there, then you’ll never discover anything new. Learning to take risks is an important lesson that I learned during my years at Adrian College. In the third installment of this five-part series on my advice to college students, I offer my experience on the value of finding the confidence and willingness to take risks.