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Three years ago Marco set out to learn Haskell. He eventually joined a company to work with Haskell full time. That was it: no more runtime errors, no more wasting hours on stupid bugs. Finally living the dream. Except it didn't exactly go down like that.
In this talk, Marco shows you what happens when you take things a little bit too far. You don't have to use every GHC feature under the sun. There's a lot you can do at the type level, but is it worth it? Where do you draw the line?
What has he learned? Stick to Simple Haskell!
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