programming musings

Posts tagged "haskell":

30 Nov 2016

donald stewart on haskell in the large

Last October Don Stewart gave a very interesting talk at CodeNode on his experience using Haskell at a large scale. And by large, he means millions of lines of code. Although he wasn't allowed to talk about the very specifics of the code, his talk is full of interesting remarks that i found resonate with my experience. They actually convinced me that the next language i should try in production should be OCaml.

Tags: haskell ocaml
03 Dec 2009

enjoying haskell

I've been reading about Haskell quite a bit during the last months, writing some actual code, and liking the language more and more. After many years favouring dynamically typed languages, i'm beginning to really appreciate Haskell's type system and the benefits it brings to the table.

Tags: haskell
17 Mar 2006

programmers go bananas

Introduction: lists galore

I learned programming backwards, plunging right on into C and, shortly after, C++ and Java from the very beginning. I was knee deep in complex data structures, pointers and abstruse template syntax in no time. And the more complex it all felt, the more i thought i was learning. Of course, i was clueless.