Nick Mudge Ignition Software Consulting & Development

Paul Johnson wrote this pitch on the Haskell-cafe mailing list:

For software developers who need to produce highly reliable software at minimum cost, Haskell is a pure functional programming language that reduces line count by 75% through reusable higher order functions and detects latent defects with its powerful static type system. Unlike Ada and Java, Haskell allows reusable functions to be combined without the overhead of class definitions and inheritance, and its type system prevents the hidden side effects that cause many bugs in programs written in conventional languages.


Karan ahuja
5 September 2016


This is great.
I shall be looking for info to be able to prove this pitch as the truth while talking to friends.
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