[Haskell-cafe] CAL (OpenQuark) and enterprise

fero frantisek.kocun at gmail.com
Wed Jul 9 13:06:44 EDT 2008

Hi Haskellers and CALers,
I have the feeling that a lot of code in my jee application can be done
better by using functional programming. There is a lot of searching in
object trees, transforming objects to another objects, aggregation
functions... All written in java. Sequential logic can by done declarative
with statemachines and workflows (not handcoded, dut drawed) all other with
functions. Has somebody experience with this? Or is that a bad idea? Should
I use pure functions, or imperative-functional language such as Scala? Is
somebody here using CAL (OpenQuark) in jee application? What is your
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