Developing innovative software can be challenging, and even experienced software agencies can struggle to estimate the time and resources needed to complete a project. Working with government entities can add additional obstacles, often requiring tailored solutions that accommodate multiple operating approaches and needs of various users, without altering people'
Come and join MuniHac this year! Ryan Trinkle will present the session 'React + Reflex: Harmonizing TypeScript and Haskell with Functional Reactive Programming' Obsidian Systems specializes in fullstack and web products, offering out-of-the-box solutions to clients. During MuniHac, Ryan Trinkle from our company will present how to unlock the
>Welcome to the third part of our series on the history of the Haskell language. To ensure a truly comprehensive understanding, we strongly encourage you to explore the previous chapters of this enthralling series: Part 1: The Outline - Beginnings (1990 - 2000) Part 2: Haskell and the Rise
Haskell: Like a Steak in a Hot Dog 1 Since 1990 and beyond Haskell attracts students, researchers, and passionate engineers, thanks to its maturity and vibrant community who are deeply involved in various opensource projects and its gift economy approach. It welcomes those new to functional programming or those who
For almost a decade, we’ve shaped our unique modus operandi to deliver great products to our customers with shorter timelines and smaller budgets, and we guarantee to lead an idea from plan to prototype in only ten weeks. This post is an overview of our workflow. How it started
7GUIs defines seven tasks that represent typical challenges in GUI programming -- 7GUIs: A GUI Programming Benchmark 7GUIs is a set of 7 typical GUI programming tasks of varying levels of complexity. We're going to implement the 7GUIs in Haskell using the reflex functional reactive programming framework. The
There isn't an abundance online of writing about successful, reliable, and reproducible CRUD stacks for Haskell developers. We wanted to add to the amount of explanation available, using by example the practical context of our work with PowerZonePack, or PZP. PZP is a group of Peloton users who