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David F.


Hometown: Stockholm, SE

Member since:

February 5, 2014

What's your background in Haskell?

I've been using the language "under the hood" for internal tools at different companies for a long time. Even though I haven't been very active within the Haskell community, I've contributed patches and made bug reports here and there. About 2% of all Haskell questions ever on StackOverflow have been answered by me, though. Sometimes I hold guest lectures at KTH and talks at conferences about Haskell or functional programming.

What other programming languages do you use?

Java, Haskell, C, C++, Javascript and Scala are the languages I have a very solid proficiency in. Then there are of course the 20-odd languages including elisp, erlang, python, ruby, BASH, etc., that I could use with the occasional look in API documentation. Finally there's probably 100-ish languages that I could make myself understood in, but maybe not write idiomatic code.


A back-end engineer at Spotify with close connections to KTH (Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm)

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