This is the first in the series of posts where I will explore a simple application that allows you to analyze and present data in interesting ways. I will be...
0 replies - 4665 views - 01/08/14 by Jan Machacek in Articles
You can implement any algorithm with map, reduce and filter when
taken in the context of modern languages that implement these
1 replies - 3581 views - 09/19/13 by Swizec Teller in Articles
Honeymooning with a DZone Shirt
Let’s play spot the DZone “<dev>” t-shirt again. First picture … there it is! In addition to...
0 replies - 7255 views - 09/10/13 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
A few days ago I decided to buy some bitcoin. Then I noticed it fluctuates a lot despite a general upwards trend. Hmmm … if I just bought at the right moment...
0 replies - 4745 views - 04/26/13 by Swizec Teller in Articles
In my previous article If Java was a Haskell I tried to explain the pure functional paradigm offered by Haskell through the words of a Java...
0 replies - 3227 views - 03/20/13 by Damien Lepage in Articles
Let’s say you have a large piece of text and a dictionary of keywords. How do you quickly locate all the keywords?
0 replies - 8307 views - 03/19/13 by Swizec Teller in Articles
Haskell has the reputation of being one of the most advanced programming language of our time. Its main strengths are its functional paradigm, its purity which...
7 replies - 3916 views - 01/29/13 by Damien Lepage in Articles
Something that I’ve noticed when trying to install various different bundles is that the installation instructions which worked flawlessly...
0 replies - 2799 views - 01/01/13 by Mark Needham in Articles
There are some technologies that have such strong "street cred", they are effectively untouchable. Anyone who dares imply that they are deficient in any way is...
31 replies - 33234 views - 12/03/12 by Shannon Behrens in Articles
Perhaps the most important lesson I’ve learned while studying computer science is that of Amdahl’s law.
Graph Illustrating Amdahl's Law (Photo credit:...
0 replies - 5067 views - 08/19/12 by Swizec Teller in Articles
As I mentioned in a post a couple of days ago
I’ve been writing the closest pairs algorithm in Haskell and while the
brute force version works for small...
0 replies - 8150 views - 06/19/12 by Mark Needham in Articles
In my Part-1
post on this topic, we actually did all the I/O I'm going to do here.
We lazily read in the entire sample data file, a file containing data...
0 replies - 2976 views - 12/09/11 by Wayne Adams in Articles
I'm learning Haskell by following O'Sullivan, Goerzen and Stewart's Real World Haskell.
I've been writing object-oriented code for well over half...
0 replies - 4526 views - 10/27/11 by Wayne Adams in Articles
6th Haskell in Leipzig workshop
the 6th Haskell in Leipzig workshop, on October 7,
will present an absolutely thrilling mixture of tutorials...
0 replies - 1088 views - 09/19/11 by Alf Richter in Announcements
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The more I think about it, the less I understand the point in Scala’s Option class (which originated in Haskell under the name Maybe).
If you read the...
4 replies - 5260 views - 08/05/10 by Cedric Beust in News