July 22, 2010
I have been "working" with Haskell since 2002, first as part of my PhD thesis, then as my favorite language for side-works and experiments. I have never used it professionally.
I have been writing software professionally for 16 years, first as part of other duties, then full-time during and after I undertook a PhD in CS. I am presently mostly doing development alongside with agile "coaching".
Because it is at the same time powerful and expressive, allowing you to write crystal clear code without redundancy and the hassle of other languages syntactic noise, while being very challenging and innovative.
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