Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 1st Nov 2006 02:49 UTC
General Development "The article is about my experience with Haskell and the process of working with it. I will describe which features of Haskell I used to implement particular aspects of my interpreter, how they're different from the object oriented world, why they helped me get things done faster, and how I had to change my program whenever my initial efforts took me to a dead end. While the jury's still out how well Haskell performs in other domains (I'm just starting my web application project) I hope this article sparks your interest in this beautiful language and explains some things programmers new to Haskell often find confusing." More here.
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Haskell is the shiznit!
by B. Janssen on Wed 1st Nov 2006 10:34 UTC
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This is just a fanboy calling out. Haskell is so übergroß! Once you wrapped your head around Monads, you will never look back. I guess, Haskell and other functional languages will become more prominent with the increasing spread of multi-core systems, they just handle multi-cores so much better than the imperative siblings.

Whatever, I never did any webbased stuff with Haskell, so i will closely monitor this blog. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

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