Apparently, there are people who use Idea to write Haskell code. I'm really wondering who these people are and why they hate themselves so much.
There's a weird herd of Jetbrains products evangelists. Whenever there's a discussion about programming tools, someone always tries to convince everyone that they aren't real programmers unless they use "real IDEs". But whenever I try using Idea or Eclipse or anything similar for that matter, my experience always ends up being full of misery and disappointment. Perhaps I'm not a real programmer. Either this, or JetBrains tools just suck as for almost everything.
Does this look like a slashed and lawless version of Comonad to you? Or something like what Pointed is to Applicative. I've no idea why this is a thing, when one could just use comonads with all added benefits.
This is such an awesome post. I feel like switching to Docker already.
>To me, Go feels like the programming language equivalent of insisting that everyone communicate just by grunting because it's less complex to teach people just grunting than it is to teach them more effective forms of communication.
I really like this quote.
Some of our dudes decided to use Clickhouse for logging stuff. Which is nice, but two things stand out. One is that there's no Haskell library for it. This is fixable. The other is that it uses XML for configuration. With a rather weird schema. The last part leaves me wondering why I should bother.
@pureevil I'm waiting for a compiler saying "google the error code to find more information".
This is where Rust sucks sweaty donkey balls. All I needed was to add another crate as a dependency, but it doesn't say anywhere what crate that is, neither anything does point to it. The issue on github is more than a year old meanwhile. And the one in the compiler message is four years old.
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