Let’s see how an OOP developer handles an initial exposure to functional programming with Haskell.
Powerline-hs is a Powerline clone written in Haskell. It is significantly faster than the original implementation, and makes the shell noticeably more responsive.
It is actually quite simple to find unused Java code. In essence I’m reading all the
.javafiles in a folder, building an AST using
language-javaand then traversing the AST to collect information that can later be used to decide if a file is used or not.
When I first came to integer division and the modulus operation in Haskell, I was thrown a bit of a curve ball. While Haskell does have two forms of integer division, one of those is a lot different from how I was used to thinking about integer division in other languages like Java and Scala.
BayHac is a Haskell hackathon weekend event for the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley. It will be a weekend of learning, hacking, and connecting with fellow Haskell enthusiasts.
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