Currying is a core concept of functional programming and a useful tool for any developer's toolbelt. In this lesson, John walks through the definition of currying and its practical usage.
Trying to wrap my brain around other practical applications for using curry in my day to day.
Any suggestions of other typical scenarios where currying might come in handy?
Fully answering your question is beyond the scope a of single comment, but currying is a core concept of functional programming. Writing in a functional-style is applicable to everything in your day-to-day. Instead of writing monolithic functions that don't return anything, imagine writing your application in a bunch of tiny functions each returning a something that you can use to compose together more complex functions.
It's a complete change in the way of thinking about writing code, so don't worry if it doesn't click right away.