Mon 08 Jun 2020

The Pain Points of Haskell: A Practical Summary

I would like to preface this article by saying that Haskell is great. I have been using it as my go-to for native applications for several years now. Everything that follows is a product of my love and affection for the language, and a desire to see it succeed. And none of this is intended to disparage the efforts of people improving the Haskell ecosystem. It’s hard work and there’s a lot of it, and I thank you all for what has been done so far.

Source: The Pain Points of Haskell: A Practical Summary.

Fair Warning

Jack went on one date with Tina Portrero. The next thing he knows, the police are at his house telling Jack he's a suspect in her murder.

Maybe it's because he doesn't like being accused of a crime he didn't commit. Or maybe it's because the method of her murder is so chilling that he can't get it out of his head.

But as he uses his journalistic skills to open doors closed to the police, Jack walks a thin line between suspect and detective - between investigation and obsession - on the trail of a killer who knows his victims better than they know themselves...

In the evening I started in Fair Warning by Michael Connelly, the 3rd book in the Jack McEvoy Series. As I've read the previous two books and enjoyed those a lot I looked forward to Fair Warning.