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An opinionated guide to Haskell in 2018
For me, this month marks the end of an era in my life: as of February 2018, I am no longer employed writing Haskell. It’s been a fascinating two years, and while I am excitedly looking forward to what I’ll be doing next, it’s likely I will continue to wri...
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12 days ago by grinful
mpickering - Using a development version of GHC with nix
Jailbreaking is a process which removes all version bounds from a package. This is safe to do as each package set only contains one version of each dependency anyway.
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6 weeks ago by ianweatherhogg
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Our Jennifer Zhang, speaking at Wed: Disability..”really helps to make the development process smoother, bette…
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october 2017 by brycej
The Architecture of Open Source Applications (Volume 2): The Glasgow Haskell Compiler
“I love Haskell. Love it to death.

I see RWO as a justification of OCaml's language choices from the perspective of system deployment. It gives you a good start on the knowledge you'd need to push an OCaml system into serious production.

I do not see how to get the same knowledge for Haskell. Particularly the runtime is a black box to me. This might be acceptable for your use cases, but for me, this is the primary risk of Haskell. …”

“The Architecture of Open Source Applications, Vol 2 has a great chapter on ghc, which includes a good look at the ghc runtime (section 5.5).”

/via https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=8020148
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september 2017 by elliottcable
bgamari comments on A ByteString performance mystery
Ever wonder why continues to have its own native code generator? Wonder no more:
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august 2017 by vu3rdd

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