Mon 13 Dec 2021

Do You Know Where Haskell Is Used?

Haskell is a general-purpose purely functional programming language. Its distinctive features include strict static typing, lazy evaluations, algebraic data types, and a serious theoretical background. This language is relatively young, it emerged in 1990 but has already produced a big impact on other languages and programming language theory on the whole.

One of our recent posts described useful Haskell-based utilities, but all of them are intended to be used by tech-savvy people. Today we’re going to give some examples of practical use in various industries.

Source: Do You Know Where Haskell Is Used?, an article by Catherine Galkina.