Sunday, October 7, 2012

Developing Medical Software in Scala and Haskell

Just recently, I gave a talk at the CUFP (Commercial Users of Functional Programming) workshop about our experience with developing software in the functional programming languages Haskell and Scala. The slides of the talk are available here, and there is even a video recording. Enjoy! Any feedback is welcome, just post a comment below.

By the way, CUFP hosted a whole bunch of very interesting talks. They are all available on youtube, just search for "CUFP 2012".

2 comments:

eustachio said...

Very interesting talk. If you had no Java inter-op requirement for your data storage system, would you have used Haskell for all your server-side systems?

Stefan Wehr said...

Yes, without Java inter-op we would have use Haskell for everything.

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