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Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise Conference 2017: Day Two Recap by Michael Redlich Posted on Apr 30, 2017 Retrospective: Haskell in Production by Sergio De Simone Posted on Aug 24, 2016 3 Haskell Can Now Do Strict Evaluation by Default by Sergio De Simone Posted on Nov 28, 2015
A Proposal to Add Option Types for References to C# 7 by Sergio De Simone Posted on Sep 07, 2015 Frege: a Haskell-like Language for the JVM by Sergio De Simone Posted on Aug 12, 2015 1 Microsoft Open Sources Cross-platform Serialization Library – Bond by Boris Lublinsky Posted on Feb 03, 2015 1
Improve your Programming Skills with by Ben Linders Posted on Dec 23, 2014 PureScript: A Haskell-like Language that Compiles to JavaScript by Sergio De Simone Posted on Sep 22, 2014 rest: Open Source REST Framework For Haskell by Roopesh Shenoy Posted on Jul 07, 2014
Facebook Open-sources Haxl: Implicit, Concurrent Data Access Using Haskell by Roopesh Shenoy Posted on Jun 11, 2014 Haskell Gets iOS Support, Several language and Performance Improvements by Roopesh Shenoy Posted on Apr 16, 2014 FP Complete Launches Browser Based Haskell IDE by Mirko Stocker Posted on Sep 10, 2013
Haskell moves to Git by Alex Blewitt Posted on Apr 01, 2011 Empower Your Ruby With Haskell And Hubris by Sebastien Auvray Posted on Aug 26, 2009 Interview: Paul Hudak on Haskell by David West Posted on May 08, 2009
Interview: Don Syme Answering Questions on F#, C#, Haskell and Scala by Abel Avram Posted on Mar 27, 2009 8 Presentation: Taming Effects with Functional Programming by Abel Avram Posted on Mar 12, 2009 Interview: Erik Meijer on LINQ by Abel Avram Posted on Mar 04, 2009 8
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Beyond Lists by Phillip Trelford Posted on Mar 20, 2016 2
Haskell in the Newsroom by Erik Hinton Posted on Apr 02, 2014
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From Imperative to Functional and Back-Monads are for Functional Languages by Ron Pressler Posted on Oct 27, 2015 Grafting Functional Programming's approach of monadic composition onto imperative languages yields the worst of both worlds. And the only reason for importing the PFP abstraction is due to a flaw in that most basic concurrency abstract, the thread; a flaw that can be easily rectified by the introduction of fibers. 4

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