[Haskell-cafe] Are you a Haskell expert? [How easy is it to hire Haskell programmers]

Yves Parès limestrael at gmail.com
Sat Jul 3 07:55:22 EDT 2010

And conversely, someone who have made a C-to-Haskell binding may not be a
Haskell guru.

What about Arrows: do you think one should master them so that he could be
regarded as experienced?
It's kind of hard to put a border between casual Haskell and skilled
Haskell, since it's a very wide language and your knowledge will depend on
what you have already done.

2010/7/3 Thomas Davie <tom.davie at gmail.com>

> On 3 Jul 2010, at 11:04, Brandon S Allbery KF8NH wrote:
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> > On 7/3/10 05:57 , Andrew Coppin wrote:
> >> Agreed. So let me rephrase: Why should _every_ Haskell library involve
> C? ;-)
> >
> > Who says they do, or should?
> Dons rather implied it... The suggestion is that someone who hasn't used
> hsc2hs is an inexperienced Haskeller... I'd bet though that there are many
> *extremely* experienced haskellers who have never once in their life written
> a C binding.
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