Reflecting on Haskell in 2017


33 bookmarks. First posted by skchrko december 2017.


Alas, another year has come and gone. It feels like just yesterday I was writing the last reflection blog post on my flight back to Boston for Christmas. I’ve spent most of the last year traveling and working in Europe, meeting a lot of new Haskellers and putting a lot of faces to names. via Pocket
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february 2018 by roolio
Reflections on Haskell in 2017 (@smdiehl’s annual roundup) https://t.co/iN96qk80Oi

— Mike Lynch (@bombinans) January 19, 2018
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january 2018 by twleung
Haskell has had a great year and 2017 was defined by vast quantities of new code, including 14,000 new Haskell projects on Github . The amount of writing this year was voluminous and my list of interesting work is eight times as large as last year. At least seven new companies came into existence and many existing firms unexpectedly dropped large open source Haskell projects into the public sphere.
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december 2017 by personalnadir
Great overview of how Haskell has evolved in 2017:

Includes some interesting comments abou…
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Haskell has had a great year and 2017 was defined by vast quantities of new code, including 14,000 new Haskell projects on Github . The amount of writing this year was voluminous and my list of interesting work is eight times as large as last year. At least seven new companies came into existence and many existing firms unexpectedly dropped large open source Haskell projects into the public sphere.
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december 2017 by skchrko