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Sep 16, 2019

DLint : Expert help writing DAML

By Shayne Fletcher
. Sep 16, 2019
For developers of all skill levels, it’s a constant challenge to keep in mind the myriad of ways the code we write could be better. For DAML developers it’s not different. We wish to produce programs that are elegant, efficient, readable by others ... the list goes on. With each PR, we look to our code reviewers to advise us on (at ...
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Aug 22, 2019

She sells sea shells : Pattern matching records

By Shayne Fletcher
. Aug 22, 2019
This is a brief survey of possibilities when pattern matching records in DAML. This will help those looking to learn about features enabling succinct expressions involving records as arguments.
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Jul 1, 2019

Thoughts for a Haskell IDE

By Neil Mitchell
. Jul 1, 2019
At Digital Asset, we wrote the DAML programming language. The compiler builds on GHC, and one of the important tools for using DAML is an IDE. You can try the DAML IDE online or download it. Since we wrote the DAML IDE in Haskell, and DAML uses GHC under the hood, it's possible to take the work we did for the DAML IDE and turn them into ...
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May 9, 2019

Four tweaks to improve Haskell

By Shayne Fletcher
. May 9, 2019
Lessons learned—and easy solutions offered As a company, Digital Asset derives a great deal of value from open source libraries, and we actively encourage our employees to use their DA accounts to share and collaborate with their peers by contributing code back to upstream projects that we use. This is particularly true when it comes to ...
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