Stephen Diehl writes about Haskell, working with GHC, and does yearly roundups of the best Haskell articles published in the previous 12 months. He recently started a series about Exotic Programming.
Alexis writes about functional programming, static types, programming language research, Haskell and Racket. She also shows her passion for writing libraries, open source software, and tooling.
Matt writes about Haskell, SQL, and PureScript on his blog, Overcoming Software. He's also currently writing a book about Production Haskell.
Edward is on the AI Platform team at Facebook, and writes and tweets about Haskell, Python, PyTorch, and programming languages in general. He often covers specific areas of a language or framework in depth with posts featuring custom illustrations and visualizations.
Gabriel is a Haskell enthusiast and works on open source projects written in Haskell. His blog talks about Haskell, NixOS, and functional programming in general. Occasionally he also posts that comment on the tech industry as a whole.
Neil writes about Haskell, and work with Haskell daily in his role at Facebook. Recent posts cover topics like data types for build system dependencies and Turing-incomplete languages.
Mark is a software engineer in Paris, working with Haskell at Tweag. Besides being an open source library author, he also writes about Haskell, Nix, Ocaml, and functional programming topics on his blog. You'll find DevOps related topics too, as he touches on working with Terraform and GCP.
William writes about Haskell tips, tricks, and techniques he's learned on his functional programming blog. He writes about topics like deriving specific Haskell monads from first principles, programmatic animations, and using libraries like Opaleye and Aeson.
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