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The Tragedy of Maybe and Ruby
Explore why the Maybe Monad is useful, but perhaps not in Ruby.
Haskell's New Packaging Tool, "Stack"
Ease your Haskell development environment with Stack, a new tool from FPComplete
Writing a Haskell API Server, Part 4
We’re open sourcing the code that this series of blog posts is based upon.
Guarantee Authentication via Haskell's Type System
In Part 2 we proceeded to closely mirror our domain logic using Haskell types and typeclasses
Writing a Haskell API Server, Part 2
In part two, we move on into the Haskell realm where we can build up true domain logic.
Actually Using the Database
Building a secure database-backed API server in Haskell.
From Ruby to Haskell, Part 3: Lazy Evaluation
One of the defining characteristics of Haskell— that you often see listed in what sets it apart from other languages— is that it is the only common language that’s lazy.
From Ruby to Haskell, Part 2: Similarity, Refactoring, and Patterns
It has been a while since I last wrote one of these posts and I didn’t want to leave people sitting by their computer desks forever, waiting with bated breath for the next one to pop up in your Google Reader feed (…whispers from the Internet…), okay...
From Ruby to Haskell, Part 1: Testing
You read that right. Or maybe, if you read it as “stop using Ruby and start using Haskell”, you read it wrong. I’m going to show you why I find Haskell to be utterly fascinating and eminently practical.
Foremost, I want to collect some bits and pieces...