Why should I learn OCaml?

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  • GitHub repo mirage

    MirageOS is a library operating system that constructs unikernels

    You might be interested in Mirage OS then. You use it to build a tiny OCaml-based OS with just the libraries needed to run your network application, then run it on a Xen hypervisor. Has a bunch of libraries that are a mix of standard OCaml libraries and stuff specific to Mirage with a focus on network use.

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