Lesson 8 in the Rust crash course: down and dirty with the Future trait
Haskell is revolutionary. But we're ignoring that. Instead: how to get Haskell into your organization, and how to make your organization more productive and profitable with better engineering
A Haskell code kata to sharpen your skills. Rewrite withTryFileLock to have a different type signature.
A short guide on approaches you may take on losing weight, and my recommendations for getting started. Targeted at newcomers to the health and fitness world.
We just did a bunch of rennovations on our house, including to our network setup. For the curious, here's what it looks like.
Programming languages, like the human body, are subject to the phenomenon known as resistance. Learn how type systems in programming act like insulin in the body.
I've recently shut down the haskell-lang.org website, redirecting to a new FP Complete Haskell site.
Interested in contributing back to the Stack project? Consider joining the Stack issue triager team!
How GHC can ship packages that are different than what's on Hackage, how this impacts Stack, and how to do better
An interlude in the series of kids coding to talk about a helpful exercise we use: the function game
A proposal on how we can make the Commercial Haskell Special Interest Group more useful for the community. Feedback very much welcome.
We often talk about the abstract "new user." I'd like to propose a more concrete, and hopefully more helpful, approach to helping new users, both with Haskell, and in general.
Lesson 7 in the Rust crash course: Async, futures, and tokio
Solutions to exercises in Rust crash course lesson 6, "Lifetimes and Slices."
Lesson 6 in the Rust crash course: Lifetimes and Slices.
Rule of Three - Parameters, Iterators, and Closures - Rust Crash Course lesson 5 - exercise solutions
Solutions to exercises in Rust crash course lesson 5, "Rule of Three - Parameters, Iterators, and Closures."