Talk:Questions and answers
Revision as of 07:54, 11 July 2006
1 - When there will be a standard reliable distribution of 'Haskell'?
Say GHC? See into documentations and then pay attention to top of the page : 'experimental'. As you see everything is too academic to be real. Haskell peaople insist that this is a language of choice. I admit that I fell badly in love! But then I found a girl of the church that does not want to dance with me and come into my dreams. She is so religious that I think I am trying to communicate with a ghoust or wourth : a monad.
2 - Why Haskell Peaple love to 'EXPLAIN' and hate to show 'HOW'?
I am a programmer and I am programming as my job. There are a lot of documents there that none of them has a sample that put it's concept to work? So why you hate samples? I can not code in concepts and sell them and that is most important thing.
3 - This Monadic plague is driving me crazy! I read documents about it and still
I do not understand it (I admit I am a little slow but this is far from being grasped as daily concerns in other programming languages.) So PLEASE somebody put an PRACTICAL end to this ambious thing that bleeds from inner part of my mind. (I pray !!! God bless you!) And do not thing we do not need states at all even an electronic cicuit with solid behaviour has some 'unnatural' - in your oppinion - states like noises and strange feedbacks.
4 - If this is going to be a practical 'THING' in 'INDUSTRY' maybe the other ways
need to be tested. A port of appache http server to haskell, extending haskell to paralell and distributed space more reliably, better IDEs and tools, and a little roughness for comming out of the paradise of academia to the warm climate of daily problem solving challenges.
Thanks all for your efforts