Salsa

Salsa is an experimental Haskell library and code generator that allows Haskell programs to host the .NET runtime and interact with .NET libraries. It uses type families extensively to provide a type-safe mapping of the .NET object model in the Haskell type system.

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What is the future of Haskell?

What is the future of Haskell?
Evan Zamir. Quora Digest. 2016-08-09.
As Michael O. Church suggested, Haskell needs a “killer app”, and I think, a “killer niche” or community. Ruby’s community is web developers, Python’s community started out as academics, and is now becoming entrenched in the data science community. Go (and Rust?) are increasingly popular among systems programmers, perhaps, becoming replacements for C. Erlang has been used by networking/messaging community for eons.

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