Three Months of Go (from a Haskeller's perspective)


25 bookmarks. First posted by comfortably-dumb march 2017.


“A common mantra in Haskell is “make illegal states unrepresentable,” which is great.”
dev/thoughts  from twitter
12 weeks ago by bluegol
I will probably never choose to use Go for anything ever again, unless I’m being paid for it. Go is just too different to how I think: when I approach a programming problem, I first think about the types and abstractions that will be useful; I think about statically enforcing behaviour; and I don’t worry about the cost of intermediary data structures, because that price is almost never paid in full.
go  plt  haskell 
march 2017 by chriskrycho
This summer I’ve been interning at Pusher, and have been writing a lot of Go. It’s been a bit of a change coming from a Haskell background, so I decided to write up my thoughts now, at the end. There’s not a lot to Go, it’s quite a small language.
IFTTT  Pocket 
march 2017 by deepblue
25 Aug, 2016 This summer I’ve been interning at Pusher , and have been writing a lot of Go. It’s been a bit of a change coming from a Haskell background, so I…
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march 2017 by joeybaker
Three Months of Go (from a Haskeller's perspective)

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march 2017 by tjweir