Notices tagged with haskell
- lnxw48 (lnxw48)'s status on Tuesday, 13-Jan-2015 03:53:25 UTC lnxw48
- lnxw48 (lnxw48)'s status on Monday, 08-Dec-2014 01:29:28 UTC lnxw48
- nawi (nawi)'s status on Tuesday, 18-Nov-2014 16:55:43 UTC nawi
lnxw48 (lnxw48)'s status on Wednesday, 15-Oct-2014 07:46:50 UTC
You can “Learn You A #Haskell ...” for zero-price. Every Haskellite I’ve communicated with says to start there.
lnxw48 (lnxw48)'s status on Sunday, 22-Jun-2014 17:14:47 UTC
#Libertree‘s devs have a different vision, though. For example, a “tree” (server) can join one or more “forests” (federation) with the approval of the admins of the trees in those forests. There is no concept of one big #federation of all Libertree servers.
Patrick M. Niedzielski (patrickniedzielski)'s status on Saturday, 22-Mar-2014 20:23:28 UTC
Patrick M. Niedzielski
@zoowar I'm getting the feeling that boost::spirit isn't what you want. It's for extremely fast, extremely efficient parser generation. That's why it's all templated code, and why it's faster at runtime than hand-written parsers. Using it just because you want a parser generated is like using hand-tuned assembly to write an operating system. It's technically going to be faster, but you really don't need it. (I have looked at Go; it's statically typed, but doesn't focus on type-based abstraction as an idiom. The way #Haskell programmers think about types is closer to the way C++ programmers do than is the way #Go programmers do. It's one of those things like lisp macros: it makes no sense why they not only exist but are idiomatic until you've really understood lisp, and at that point, you miss them in any language that doesn't have a similar way of making abstractions.)
- lnxw48 (lnxw48)'s status on Tuesday, 11-Feb-2014 03:07:39 UTC lnxw48
mrb (mrb)'s status on Wednesday, 30-Oct-2013 18:35:41 UTC
#haskell feels like the last language to learn; every other language else seems so sloppy and dirty compared to it.
- mrb (mrb)'s status on Wednesday, 30-Oct-2013 18:29:33 UTC mrb
- mrb (mrb)'s status on Tuesday, 29-Oct-2013 17:36:54 UTC mrb
- mrb (mrb)'s status on Monday, 28-Oct-2013 17:43:36 UTC mrb
- mrb (mrb)'s status on Sunday, 27-Oct-2013 18:25:14 UTC mrb
- Stephen Paul Weber (singpolyma)'s status on Monday, 01-Jul-2013 19:24:49 UTC Stephen Paul Weber
- Stephen Paul Weber (singpolyma)'s status on Monday, 01-Jul-2013 18:18:29 UTC Stephen Paul Weber
- Stephen Paul Weber (singpolyma)'s status on Saturday, 22-Jun-2013 20:29:35 UTC Stephen Paul Weber
- joeyh (joeyh)'s status on Thursday, 04-Apr-2013 02:14:55 UTC joeyh
- joeyh (joeyh)'s status on Wednesday, 03-Apr-2013 05:15:45 UTC joeyh
- lnxwalt (lnxwalt280) (lnxwalt280)'s status on Tuesday, 01-Jan-2013 01:40:28 UTC lnxwalt (lnxwalt280)
joeyh (joeyh)'s status on Saturday, 08-Dec-2012 21:51:23 UTC
I've written well over 35kloc of #Haskell code, but today was the first time I ever used a list comprehension.
joeyh (joeyh)'s status on Saturday, 08-Dec-2012 21:52:08 UTC
I'm sure #Haskell's list comprehensions are more useful in some domains, but the amount of tutorial space used on them seems excessive