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Maximizing Haskell Webinar Review

We are happy to announce that we have been sponsoring free webinars for over a year now. The feedback we have been receiving from the IT community has been ...
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Defining exceptions in Haskell - FP Complete

Let’s talk about exceptions. Programs do a thing successfully all the time, except sometimes when things didn’t work out. So we have “exceptions”, which, like anything ...
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Building Terminal User Interfaces in Haskell

  • Robert Bobbett
  • 03.12.2018
  • Haskell
Our webinars are continuing to be as popular as ever and Tom Sydney Kerckhove's (Tech Lead at FP Complete) webinar on "Building Terminal User Interfaces with Haskell" ...
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Haskell and Rust

FP Complete is known for our best-in-class DevOps automation tooling in addition to Haskell. We use industry standards like Kubernetes and Docker. We’re always looking ...
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2018 Haskell Survey Results

  • Aaron Contorer
  • 08.10.2018
  • Haskell
The results are in!! The powerful Haskell community includes researchers who advance the language, and users who apply the language to solve real-world problems. ...
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ResourceT: A necessary evil

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 04.10.2018
  • Haskell
Alternative title: “ResourceT considered harmful”
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Pantry, part 2: Trees and keys

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 24.07.2018
  • Haskell
This is part two of a series of blog posts on Pantry, a new storage and download system for Haskell packages. You can see part 1.
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Pantry, part 1: The Package Index

  • Michael Snoyman
  • 19.07.2018
  • Haskell
Back in January, I published a two part blog post on hash-based package downloads. Some project needs at FP Complete have pushed this to the forefront recently, and as a ...
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Practical Property Testing in Haskell

  • Robert Bobbett
  • 10.05.2018
  • Haskell
We aired our second webinar in our ongoing series on Wednesday, May 9th. The topic was "Practical Property Testing in Haskell." This webinar is one in our continuing ...
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Why Haskell is hot for cryptocurrencies

  • Niklas Hambüchen
  • 18.04.2018
  • Haskell
This is a short and non-technical blog post demonstrating why the Haskell programming language is a good choice for building cryptocurrencies.
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