A quick list of features which Haskell benefits from that your language probably doesn't
Part 4 of a series on how I write REST-ish web services in Haskell with a dash of robustness
I finally got around to completing & releasing exceptionfree-readfile, a library for reading files that doesn't log any exceptions when you run a program with +RTS -xc -RTS, unlike base's readfile
A small focused Haskell library implementing a Count-min data sketch
Part 3 of a series on how I write REST-ish web services in Haskell with a dash of robustness
Part 2 of a series on how I write REST-ish web services in Haskell with a dash of robustness
Part 1 of a series on how I write REST-ish web services in Haskell with a dash of robustness
How attempting to speed up my CI builds led to upgrading to GHC 8.2.2 (and eventually speeding up my CI builds)
An in-depth look at adding naive email templating to my Haskell web application.
Some notes on issues I was having building haskell projects on Arch Linux
How I added very naive in-memory caching to my haskell webapp
Adding Continuous Delivery (CD) to my Gitlab-powered CI setup for my job board Haskell-powered web application
Get up to speed with CI by standing on the shoulders of giants.
Adding light and easy Full Text Search with SQLite3 to my servant-powered web app
Documenting my move from Network.Wai.Session to Web.ClientSession
A convoluted (but working) path to building binaries for a Haskell app
Setting up Graylog as a hslogger backend in Haskell
Setting up E2E testing with HSpec and PhantomJS.
How to add a content type for HTTP spec compliant merge-patching in Servant
Building a URL bouncer for a servant-powered web application