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FP Haskell Center Video Blog

  • Aaron Contorer
  • 24.05.2013
FP Haskell Center is approaching its beta release date for an on-time delivery, and I wanted to share with you some of the details of our product in a short video blog. ...
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Haskell from C: Where are the for Loops?

  • Chad Scherrer
  • 19.03.2013
If you're coming from a language like C, Haskell can take some getting used to. It's typical for a new language to feel a little different, but in Haskell the ...
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Learning Haskell Through Koans

  • Chad Scherrer
  • 05.03.2013
In the few years since Ruby Koans first came out, the approach has been mimicked in a wide variety of programming languages. Work on Haskell Koans was started in January ...
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School of Haskell Goes Public

  • Bartosz Milewski
  • 18.02.2013
The FP Complete School of Haskell has been officially released to public. The beta has already been available for some time, so no big surprise there. The response from ...
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Case studies of commercial Haskell use

  • Aaron Contorer
  • 01.02.2013
A question we hear a lot is: who's already using Haskell commercially, and how is it going?
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School of Haskell Goes Beta

  • Bartosz Milewski
  • 22.01.2013
We are happy to announce the beta of the FP Complete School of Haskell. Our goal is to remove the biggest obstacle to learning the language.
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Joining FP Complete

  • Andy Adams-Moran
  • 04.01.2013
I'm delighted and proud to announce that I'm joining FP Complete temporarily to help launch a new and exciting technical project.
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Why I'm investing in FP Complete

  • Simon Peyton-Jones
  • 18.12.2012
I have become a personal investor in FP Complete. Why have I done that?
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Solving the Global Software Crisis

  • Aaron Contorer
  • 20.11.2012
Companies today are facing a perfect storm in information technology.
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Designing the Haskell IDE

  • Bartosz Milewski
  • 17.10.2012
As you might have heard through the grapevine, or learned from Michael Snoyman's blog, or from Gregg Lebovitz' presentation at the Boston Haskell User’s Group, FP ...
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