[Haskell-cafe] Interoperability with other languages and haskell in industry

Vincenzo aka Nick Name vincenzo_mlRE.MOVE at yahoo.it
Thu Sep 16 17:46:12 EDT 2004

Again, I will try to take benefit of the thread on the "senior" list to 
ask a question to everybody who uses haskell in industry (so you people 
at Galois Connection can't avoid to answer, I know you are there :D ): 
are your solutions entierely written in haskell, or are there parts 
written in other languages? If so, how do you let all parts 
interoperate? Do you use some form of RPC, or CORBA, do you just use a 
database to store common data, do you use custom protocols (e.g. 
command line arguments) or what? Do you have experience with wrong ways 
to achieve this goal?

I ask this because "it might be" that in the next years our sleeping 
company will produce some software, and I can easily convince other 
people to use "new" languages, if I can ensure them that in case it 
proves difficult for any reason, we can finish with a certain module 
and implement the rest of the system using "more conventional" 



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