Why I am Learning Haskell

The Language for the Cardano Blockchain

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Haskell as a programming language has been around for 20 years now, and it has only recently become a language anybody outside of an academic setting would want or try to use. Developed in 1998 by a group of functional programming researchers. Haskell was named after the logician Haskell Curry.

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I am a writer/artist living on an island in the Salish Sea. I write mostly on nature and programming languages. https://chester-beard.medium.com/membership

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