Transcript from the "Composition is Dot Chaining" Lesson
[00:00:19] And so, I tend to favor that in my day to day. Sometimes this actually expresses the problem much nicer. So you can use compose there. But I want you all to see a compose and how it works and get a feel for it, because if you go pick up PureScript or Elm or Haskell, you're gonna run right smack into it.