#### When should I use type Signatures? Should I rely on type inference whenever I can?

When should I use type Signatures? Should I rely on type inference whenever I can?

I know sometimes explicitly setting the type signatures is necessary, but should I always rely on the compiler when I can? 70 more words

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#### Parsing error on * in Type

Parsing error on * in Type

I've to written the type level multiplication in the last line as (*) because writing n * SizeOf a… 124 more words

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#### What Kafka library to use?

What Kafka library to use?

I just started experimenting with Apache Kafka. There are several Kafka client libraries in Haskell. The following three come up in google: 141 more words

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#### Why isn't there other non-strict languages implemented after Haskell?

Why isn’t there other non-strict languages implemented after Haskell?

On the one hand most Haskellers think that non-strict by default is very useful.

But on the other hand all relatively new fp languages (scala, f#, closure, etc) are strict. 43 more words

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#### Http(s) library

Http(s) library

What library would you recommend me for Http/Https requests: wreq, HTTP, Conduit? Anything else?

Up till now I've used conduit, but somebody has me that it's quite heavy and old and there're other libraries that can be a better fit. 33 more words

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