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Sometimes you cannot use Haskell to solve a problem because of external constraints. Despair not! You can still use it to develop your solution. I will talk about my experience designing solution and doing mini proof of concepts in Haskell in order to implement it with some other technology. This might seem like a waste of time at first but it yields very elegant solutions as it gives you another perspective on your problem
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Using Haskell as a Thinking Tool
I worked on a large Scala based storage service and am currently working on Google's open-source GRC software. I always push for functional programming and sometimes do a bit of Haskell consulting. My bigger Haskell projects are a compiler for Core and an algebraic effects library.