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11 Companies That Use Haskell in Production
7 projects | dev.to | 4 May 2022
Haxl, a framework for efficient and concise data fetching.
I would like a job writing Haskell
7 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 8 Feb 2022
You mean, Haxl?  But AFAIK only a few devs are involved for the development.
Do You Know Where Haskell Is Used?
6 projects | dev.to | 13 Dec 2021
Probably, the most googled and well-known example of Haskell application in major companies is the Facebook Meta spam filters. Messages containing spam, links to potential malware and phishing attacks are filtered by Sigma, the system that was rewritten in Haskell in 2015. The choice of language was based, among other things, on performance requirements, the need for pure functions and static typing, as well as the possibility of interactive development. The Haxl framework is used under the bonnet, which the company has open-sourced. You can find more details about the development process and technical aspects in the company’s blog post.
What are the advantage of Object Oriented languages over Functional languages? Particularly mutability.
2 projects | reddit.com/r/ProgrammingLanguages | 21 Nov 2021
Their GitHub still seems pretty active https://github.com/facebook/Haxl
An Ideal Data-Model-First Development Approach for the real-world apps
3 projects | reddit.com/r/haskell | 11 Sep 2021
Since you mention Any real-world application uses a database or seventeen in the backend, it's probably worth checking out https://github.com/facebook/Haxl as its goal is to allow you to write high-level queries in Haskell and have the library call out to different datasources as efficiently as possible.
Haskell Libraries I Love
2 projects | reddit.com/r/haskell | 30 May 2022
I want to like streamly, but the API is so huge, yet I feel like I'm doing things on a too low level of abstraction. (And as long as it needs a ghc plugin I doubt it'll become the de facto standard.) Though maybe I just haven't used it enough. It does have great docs at https://streamly.composewell.com/ and they seem to be taking both performance, dependency weight and API design quite seriously.
Edward Kmett reflects on the benefits of Haskell as a functional programming language - especially at scale.
2 projects | reddit.com/r/haskell | 14 Dec 2021
oath: Composable Concurrent Computation Done Right
2 projects | reddit.com/r/haskell | 5 Dec 2021
You missed streamly in your list of alternatives: https://github.com/composewell/streamly/blob/master/docs/streamly-vs-async.md
It's nice to see how Streamly has now become its own separate beast
1 project | reddit.com/r/haskell | 10 Sep 2021
What are some alternatives?
stm-conduit - STM-based channels for conduits.
pipes-concurrency - Concurrency for the pipes ecosystem
conceit - Concurrently + Either
unagi-chan - A haskell library implementing fast and scalable concurrent queues for x86, with a Chan-like API
async - Run IO operations asynchronously and wait for their results
restricted-workers - Interactive-diagrams
lvish - The LVish Haskell library
unagi-streams - Unagi-chan channels for io-streams.
cspmchecker - The library FDR3 uses for parsing, type checking and evaluating machine CSP.