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Paul Hudson: Thanks very much for your time, Daniel.

Daniel Steinberg: My pleasure.

Paul Hudson: We've mentioned that you have a new book on functional programming. Perhaps you could just briefly mention it?

Daniel Steinberg: My books have become kickstarts, which means you're smart, you just want to get going quickly. Although someone observed that if I'm teaching a book on X, I often start on something that doesn't seem related at all to X and I work my way in. We start with magic. It's called A Functional Programming Kickstart and it's available on Gumroad. Or if you come to my site, https://dimsumthinking.com/, there's a link there.

Paul Hudson: Awesome. And where can folks find you on Twitter?

Daniel Steinberg: Everything I do online is Dim Sum Thinking. So you can find me there.

Paul Hudson: So many folks asked me about the meaning behind “TwoStraws”, what’s behind “Dim Sum Thinking”?

Daniel Steinberg: So when I was starting a company, I didn't want a company that was Daniel Steinberg X. And I was doing Java but I thought I won't always do Java, so I didn't want it to be Java-related. And so I wanted to imply like a dim sum meal – you can order little things and together they make a delightful meal.

Paul Hudson: I went for Hudson Heavy Industries, because I just I didn't want anything smart or clever. I wanted something to make people laugh. That was it.

Daniel Steinberg: I think that's both smart and clever.

Paul Hudson: It was either that or “Second Straw” or something, something a bit linked in there as well. Anyway, again, thanks for your time. And thank you to everyone who asked questions – it’s lovely having you here.

Until next time, take care folks!

This transcript was recorded as part of Swiftly Speaking. You can watch the full original episode on YouTube, or subscribe to the audio version on Apple Podcasts.

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