Swift 5.7 is now officially released! Swift 5.7 includes major
additions to the language and standard library, enhancements to the
compiler for a better developer experience, improvements to tools in
the Swift ecosystem including SourceKit-LSP and the Swift Package
Manager, refined Windows support, and more.
Source: Swift 5.7
Released!, an article
by Holly Borla.
A while ago, after what now seems like eternity of flirting with
Haskell articles and papers, I finally crossed the boundary between
theory and practice and downloaded a Haskell compiler. I decided to
do a field evaluation of the language by two means. I was going to
solve a problem in a domain that Haskell is known to excel at
followed by a real world
that hasn't had much exploration in
the problems was easy. There's a lot of folklore that suggests
Haskell is great for building compilers and interpreters so I didn't
have to think long to a pick a problem that would be self contained,
reasonably short, and fun - writing an interpreter of a Lisp
dialect. For the second test case I decided to go with a web
application - plenty of people are writing them for money and there
hasn't been much Haskell-related work done in this area.
Source: Writing A Lisp Interpreter In
article by Slava Akhmechet.