Plurrrr

a tumblelog
22 May 2020

Using make and git diff for a simple and powerful test harness

People regularly go for complex test harnesses; and when you’re in an ecosystem, they can be a good fit. But outside ecosystems, it’s actually quite easy to produce a fairly good test harness.

Source: Using make and git diff for a simple and powerful test harness, an article by Chris Morgan

Simple Haskell is Best Haskell

Almost two years ago, I moved from a cushy corporate Scala job to a riskier mid-stage startup using Haskell. This post summarises my thoughts about Haskell after experiencing it first hand.

Source: Simple Haskell is Best Haskell, an article by Sam Halliday.

Forget Bash, take Python!

I wrote bash scripts for several years now. You can find old bash scripts of mine on GitHub but most of them aren’t maintained anymore - and i have a reason for that.

Source: Forget Bash, take Python!, an article by Christoph Miksche.