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Ozgun A.



New York, NY
Hometown: New York

Member since:

September 28, 2012

How familiar are you with Haskell?

I've been using Haskell regularly since 2008 for many kinds of commercial applications. I am a core contributor to the Snap Framework and run a company that uses Haskell as its primary choice of language.

Why Haskell?

Because it's the only commercially viable language today that is functional, has a strong static type system, and is pure. Commercially speaking, it gives us much more confidence in the correctness of ever-evolving, mission-critical, complex software we create on a daily basis.


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