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Christopher’s first language was C++, because he wanted to make games. Therefore he thought functional programming was for hippies, university professors, and people with some kind of computer augmentation in their brain. After various roles as an indie game, web, and eventually, mobile developer, he has discovered the joys of Rx, and all the declarative goodness it provides. He now refuses to write application code containing mutable state, and believes that even normal people can use functional programming in the real world.