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Green Threads are like Garbage Collection

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 07.01.2017
Many common programming languages today eschew manual memory management in preference to garbage collection. While the former certainly has its place in certain use ...
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Software project maintenance is where Haskell shines

  • Chris Done
  • 31.12.2016
Maintenance matters and it's where Haskell shines We Spend Most of Our Time on Maintenance Look at the budget spent on your software projects. Most of it goes towards ...
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Concurrency and Node

  • Andrew Rademacher
  • 07.12.2016
Example code can be found here.
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Do you like Scala? Give Haskell a try!

  • Philipp Kant
  • 29.11.2016
The language Scala promises a smooth migration path from Object-oriented Java to functional programming. It runs on the JVM, has concepts both from OOP and FP, and an ...
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Devops best practices: Multifaceted Testing

  • Aaron Contorer
  • 29.11.2016
Even among skilled enterprise IT departments, it is too rare that software is thoroughly tested before deployment. Failed deployments mean costly downtime, service ...
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Comparative Concurrency with Haskell

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 22.11.2016
Last week, I was at DevConTLV X and attended a workshop by Aaron Cruz. While the title was a bit of a lie (it wasn't four hours, and we didn't do a chat app), it was a ...
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Scripting in Haskell

  • Chris Done
  • 22.11.2016
Scripting in Haskell Writing scripts in Haskell using Stack is straight-forward and reliable. We've made a screencast to demonstrate this:
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Mastering Time-to-Market with Haskell

  • Chris Done
  • 21.11.2016
Mastering Time-to-Market with Haskell For bringing your product to market, there isn't just one metric for success. That depends on your business needs. Haskell is the ...
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Devops best practices: Immutability

  • Aaron Contorer
  • 14.11.2016
FP Complete builds on cutting-edge open-source devops technologies, providing devops solutions and consulting to a number of companies in life sciences & health, ...
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Covariance and Contravariance

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 09.11.2016
Typeclasses such as Bifunctor are often expressed in terms of whether they are covariant or contravariant. While these terms may appear intimidating to the unfamiliar, ...
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