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You need to talk with your company's IT department. If your business uses commercially-licensed software for your products, they should have a process for getting a license for developers. Never use software that could get your company into legal trouble without obtaining permission. If you aren't sure, ask. As far as the technical compatibility goes, see ...


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I would say the closest "Paradigm equivalent" is Functional Programming, perhaps even lazy functional programming (or FP that is lazily evaluated). It's obviously not an exact mapping, but it's close. A great example of this is Haskell. Learning Haskell was one of the best things I could have done for myself because when RxJava and the likes came around, it ...


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