An opinionated guide to Haskell in 2018


58 bookmarks. First posted by romac february 2018.


* Build tools and how to use them
* Suggested GHC extensions
* Libraries: a field guide (effects, lenses, strings)
haskell  lenses  types  usecases  ghc 
5 weeks ago by slowbyte
An opinionated guide to Haskell in 2018
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february 2018 by stefanscheidt
Great post: An opinionated guide to Haskell in 2018.
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february 2018 by blackthorne
For me, this month marks the end of an era in my life: as of February 2018, I am no longer employed writing Haskell. It’s been a fascinating two years, and while I am excitedly looking forward to what I’ll be doing next, it’s likely I will continue to wri...
haskell  stack  work  flow 
february 2018 by ianweatherhogg
In the meantime, in the interest of both sharing with others the small amount of wisdom I’ve gained and preserving it for my future self, I’ve decided to write a long, rather dry overview of a few select parts of the Haskell workflow I developed and the ecosystem I settled into. This guide is, as the title notes, opinionated—it is what I used in my day-to-day work, nothing more—and I don’t claim that anything here is the only way to write Haskell, nor even the best way. It is merely what I found helpful and productive. Take from it as much or as little as you’d like.
bestpractices  guide  haskell  programming 
february 2018 by kejadlen
For me, this month marks the end of an era in my life: as of February 2018, I am no longer employed writing Haskell. It’s been a fascinating two years, and while I am excitedly looking forward to what I’ll be doing next, it’s likely I will continue to wri...
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february 2018 by wurlitzer
An opinionated guide to Haskell in 2018

(I didn't read most of it yet, saving it for another day)
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february 2018 by dnene
An opinionated guide to Haskell in 2018

(I didn't read most of it yet, saving it for another day)
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february 2018 by ketankhairnar
For me, this month marks the end of an era in my life: as of February 2018, I am no longer employed writing Haskell. It’s been a fascinating two years, and while I am excitedly looking forward to what I’ll be doing next, it’s likely I will continue to wri...
programming  bestpractices  haskell  ghc  guide  howto 
february 2018 by grinful
For me, this month marks the end of an era in my life: as of February 2018, I am no longer employed writing Haskell. It’s been a fascinating two years, and while I am excitedly looking forward to what I’ll be doing next, it’s likely I will continue to wri...
february 2018 by martinbalfanz
In the meantime, in the interest of both sharing with others the small amount of wisdom I’ve gained and preserving it for my future self, I’ve decided to write a long, rather dry overview of a few select parts of the Haskell workflow I developed and the ecosystem I settled into.
haskell  resources 
february 2018 by nicolashery
Good reference and discussion on GHC 8 language extensions.
programming  haskell 
february 2018 by derrickturk
RT : It been a while since my last blog post, but it’s finally done. “An Opinionated Guide to Haskell in 2018”.
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february 2018 by briantrice
It been a while since my last blog post, but it’s finally done. “An Opinionated Guide to Haskell in 2018”.
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february 2018 by romac