Adam Turoff presents
in an O'Reilly article series on Haskell.
"Let me start by being perfectly clear: if you are a professional programmer, then Haskell is in your future.
In 1987, this statement would have been equally true about Smalltalk. Today, 20 years later, object-oriented programming, class hierarchies, model-view-controller patterns, and other ideas from Smalltalk are now commonplace, even though Smalltalk never saw widespread adoption.
Haskell is in a similar situation today. It is an esoteric language, yet stable and reliable enough for serious work.
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