Et tu, Brute


Ralf Lämmel is researching type classes in Java.

In a sense, Haskell is winning, as its features are half-adopted by the mainstream languages who have no urgent competition-led business in adopting features.

Maybe Haskell is the new Lisp, and the world will be dragged kicking and screaming halfway to Haskell in the next 20 years, as the theoreticians move further and further to the practical languages — as we’ve already seen with Erik Meijer, for example — and we, the hardcore user group, resemble further and further the bitter, smug Lisp weenies.

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