I would like a job writing Haskell

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  • fslang-suggestions

    The place to make suggestions, discuss and vote on F# language and core library features

    > But net/net, when a GHC contributor rolls up his or her sleeves, they on average have a bigger range than people who argue about ReactJS vs Ember.

    In my experience when exposed to dynamically typed languages, they will argue endlessly on "how bad they are". Also proponents of strongly type systems are often incapable of recognizing the drawbacks of such systems.

    See for example https://github.com/fsharp/fslang-suggestions/issues/243#issu... for a critic that is never expressed by Haskellers.

  • haxl

    A Haskell library that simplifies access to remote data, such as databases or web-based services.

    You mean, Haxl? [1] But AFAIK only a few devs are involved for the development.

    [1] https://github.com/facebook/Haxl

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  • cardano-node

    The core component that is used to participate in a Cardano decentralised blockchain.

    The Cardano blockchain system is heavily based on Haskel. It is one of the largest ecosystems in this space and is growing rapidly. The author can try to find work with IOHK ( https://iohk.io/ ), the Cardano foundation ( https://cardano.org/ ) or one of several other companies doing commercial or research work around Cardano.

  • HVM

    A massively parallel, optimal functional runtime in Rust

  • ZIO

    ZIO — A type-safe, composable library for async and concurrent programming in Scala

    > doing FP in Scala versus alternatives

    I think Scala is the language most actual functional programming on this planet takes place these days. Be it just FP or pure FP.

    I especially like pure FP in Scala. One can do that with Cats Effect (from the TypeLevel family of languages) or ZIO. They're both awesome, so check them out and pick what you'll like best.

    https://typelevel.org/cats-effect/

    https://zio.dev/

    You don't even need to reach out to Scala 3 (still not as mature in its tooling support), you can have a great time with the latest Scala 2 (2.13).

    > versus alternatives

    I think of Scala as a opinionated take on ML and a module system that is tailored to JVM (and is seamlessly interoperable with Java) that just happens to have syntax heavy on braces/parentheses. Otherwise, what's not to like? :)

  • cats-effect

    The pure asynchronous runtime for Scala

    > doing FP in Scala versus alternatives

    I think Scala is the language most actual functional programming on this planet takes place these days. Be it just FP or pure FP.

    I especially like pure FP in Scala. One can do that with Cats Effect (from the TypeLevel family of languages) or ZIO. They're both awesome, so check them out and pick what you'll like best.

    https://typelevel.org/cats-effect/

    https://zio.dev/

    You don't even need to reach out to Scala 3 (still not as mature in its tooling support), you can have a great time with the latest Scala 2 (2.13).

    > versus alternatives

    I think of Scala as a opinionated take on ML and a module system that is tailored to JVM (and is seamlessly interoperable with Java) that just happens to have syntax heavy on braces/parentheses. Otherwise, what's not to like? :)

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