Archive for May, 2007

Trying out Functional Programming: Episode 2

First the pains… On Ubuntu for PowerPC, the GHC 6.6 APT package does not have GHCi and seems otherwise broken. This is due to a bug in Debian Make apparently, so the maintainer of the GHC package (Ian Lynagh) has no way of fixing it at this time. Instead. I opted to download the source and . Read more »

Trying out Functional Programming: Episode 1

I have started looking into Functional Programming as a potential saviour of software quality in general and scalability to multi-core, multi-processor machines in specific. Much of what I have read so far suggests that Imperative and Object-oriented Programming do not work well when formal methods… Read more »