Reflecting on Haskell in 2016

Reflecting on Haskell in 2016 by Stephen Diehl.

From the post:

Well, 2016 … that just happened. About the only thing I can put in perspective at closing of this year is progress and innovation in Haskell ecosystem. There was a lot inspiring work and progress that pushed the state of the art forward.

This was a monumental year of Haskell in production. There were dozens of talks given about success stories with an unprecedented amount of commercially funded work from small startups to international banks. Several very honest accounts of the good and the bad were published, which gave us a rare glimpse into what it takes to plant Haskell in a corporate environment and foster it’s growth.

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