[northwestengland.pm] Fwd: [lambda-lounge-manchester] Haskell is an acceptable Perl - The Lambda Lounge 7pm this monday (18th April 2016)
hakim.cassimally at gmail.com
Tue Apr 12 20:57:43 GMT 2016
Hello! I went and volunteered to talk at Lambdalounge, sort-of-about Perl.
Hope to see some of you next Monday ;-)
Hakim / osfameron
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From: Rick Moynihan <rick.moynihan at gmail.com>
Date: 12 April 2016 at 21:51
Subject: [lambda-lounge-manchester] Haskell is an acceptable Perl - The
Lambda Lounge 7pm this monday (18th April 2016)
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This Monday (18th April @7pm) the Lambda Lounge is meeting with a
presentation by Hakim Cassimally on how Haskell is an acceptable Perl.
So, Haskell is "an advanced purely-functional programming language" which
supports writing "declarative, statically typed code". It may be optimized
academic buzzwords you've never heard of but... is it any good for writing
in the way that you'd write Perl, Python, or Ruby?
What are strong types, and why are we so frightened of them anyway? Can you
develop interactively in Haskell, the way you would in a dynamic language?
Haskell have "whipuptitude" (being able to get things done quickly) as well
"manipulexity" (being able to manipulate complex things)? And perhaps most
importantly, can writing Haskell be *fun*?
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