Tagged: programming

Pragmatic Haskell II: IO Webservant []

Most Haskell language guides will leave IOuntillater. This guide is different, this guide is about using Haskell. Our focus is different: We build first, then learn trough delight.

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The previous blog post explained how to get going with a simple minimalist servant web server. In this blog post …

Pragmatic Haskell: Simple servant web server []

There are many guides available for learning Haskell. Setting up a something simple like a web server isn’t so straight forward. Perhaps choosing one of the 14 libraries is a bit much.

Type level hell: Haskell sucks

This guide will give opinionated web server start. This guide assumes no experience with Haskell, and will …

Elm on fire! Shaders in elm []

Elm on fire

Shaders have long been on the list of possible subject to study for Jappie. The potential of both creating beautiful art as well as doing parallel processing seem incredible valuable capabilities to have. This post comments on the effort of porting a JavaScript WebGL fire to an elm implementation. Elm …

Fun with stack: Haskell dependency management []

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Working at Daisee, Jappie uses a lot of Haskell programming. Although Haskell is obviously as amazing as the stereotype asserts, the tooling can be a bit challenging. In this blogpost we explore these challenges.

One’s understanding start with the fact that there is not one unified Haskell package manager …

Making money with foss []

In this blog post I will discuss how to make money with open source software. Why do you care? Especially the free software variant is consumer friendly. (note that these consumers maybe businesses too), however for developers trying to make a living of writing such software is difficult. Which is …