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Tom S.


New York, NY

Member since:

November 18, 2012

How familiar are you with Haskell?

I've made my way through LYAH and other books and tutorials, have customized Xmonad a fair amount, and have used Haskell for some small helper tools.

Why Haskell?

As a very pure functional language, Haskell is a great way to learn how to think functionally and to think in types. But it's also practical enough to be usable for everyday programming.


A developer interested in learning about new languages, techniques, and tools.

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