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Submission + - Is Haskell the future of programming?

An anonymous reader writes: Antonio Cangiano — a Ruby expert employed by IBM — wrote an interesting article about the future of programming languages, surprisingly suggesting that Haskell could be the way to go. In Haskell Eye for the Ruby Guy, he outlines the reasons why we should pay attention to functional languages like Haskell and Erlang, in order to manage software complexity and take advantage of multiprocessor architecture.

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