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George M.

Location:

Hove
Hometown: Brighton

Member since:

May 15, 2012

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Have you used a functional programming language professionally?

Nothing in production. Only through some experimenting in my own time with functional idioms.

What is your functional programming language of choice?

If we're talking a true functional language, then it would have to be Haskell. However, if it was a hybrid paradigm language with strong functional flavours, it would have to be Ruby or Python or maybe even Golang.

Introduction

My name is George and I am a Golang / Ruby contractor


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