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Ted C.


Portland, OR
Hometown: New York

Member since:

November 15, 2012

What is your experience with Haskell?

made it through learn you a haskell for great good, wrote toy programs for my programming languages and algorithms classes @ NYU implementing data structures and algorithms from assignments and class

What is your experience with other functional languages (e.g., Lisp family, ML family)? What about more imperative languages (e.g., Java, C)?

The CS department at my college (Grinnell) taught intro classes, programming languages, a couple of other courses in Scheme, are all Scheme evangelist(a)s, and do research/tooling/curriculum development for using Scheme in intro for image manipulation. I had an opportunity to work here ( adding some optimizations for image processing using the now-defunct embedded TinyScheme interpreter in the GIMP. I know basic OCAML. I've done a lot of Ruby at work in the past couple of years. I also am solid in python, C, Java, and to a lesser extent C++.


hey! i love functional programming and am putting time into Haskell right now because it is beautiful

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