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A former member
Post #: 1
I'm a college senior on the east coast considering moving to San Diego. Anyone know any companies in the area that use haskell or another functional language?
Ron T.
San Diego, CA
Post #: 27
LonoCloud uses Clojure and Erlang, according to their job descriptions: http://www.planeterla...­

There are a few medium-to-big sized companies in the area that are moving from Java to Scala. Don't remember their names offhand, though.

We've also got a couple of startups run by group members that are using Clojure.

Not sure of any companies that are using Haskell in San Diego. I'll ask around at our next meetup.
A former member
Post #: 2
Thanks, Ron. LonoCloud looks like a very small company that's looking for a principal software engineer experienced in distributed computing. It wouldn't be a good fit for me as a new grad. Let me know if you hear of any others.
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