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Mon 03 Feb 2020

A Pythonista's Review of Haskell

over the past three months, I've been reading through “Haskell Programming, From First Principles” by Chris Allen and Julie Moronuki, the 4th release candidate of the 1.0 edition (1.0-rc4). I'm pleased to say that I made it to the end of this 1,857 page (by the e-reader PDF version) monstrosity. Here's some of the things that I, as a software engineer who has used Python in production and Haskell doing book exercises only, liked and didn't like about Haskell.

Source: A Pythonista's Review of Haskell, an article by Ying Wang.

My unpopular opinion about black code formatter

In this post, I will try to gather all my thoughts on the topic of automatic code formatting and why I personally don't like this approach. We will go for the most hippy tool — Black.

Source: My unpopular opinion about black code formatter.