An old article I occasionally see cited today is Repeat after me: “Cabal is not a Package Manager”. Many of the complaints don’t apply to cabal-install 1.24’s new Nix-style local builds.
But once the JohanTibell style in hindent was quite stable, I found that I didn’t mind using it while collaborating with people who prefer that style.
If you are already using the same language, I think calling an endpoint from the frontend should rather feel just like a type-safe function call. And that’s what “shareable” API definitions try to solve.
Haskell might be “the closest thing to a secret weapon” when building server-side software, writes Better co-founder Carl Baatz, summarizing their four-year journey using Haskell in production.
There are plenty of brand-new functions [and] several key map, set, and sequence functions have sped up considerably.
The haskell.org committee has consistently engaged in tactics which silence the voices of all non-members, and stacks the committee to prevent dissenting opinions from joining.
Edward Kmett: “I’m officially resigning from the haskell.org committee effective immediately after the end of the Summer of Haskell.”