Haskell Development Company

Haskell is a completely functional programming language with type inference and lazy evaluation that is statically typed. Haskell is a programming language designed for education, research, and industrial applications. It pioneered a number of computer language innovations such as type classes, which enable type-safe operator overloading, and monadic IO. The Glasgow Haskell Compiler (GHC) is Haskell's primary implementation. It is named after Haskell Curry, a logician.

The semantics of Haskell are historically based on those of the Miranda programming language, which served to focus the early Haskell working group's efforts. The language's latest official specification was issued in July 2010, and GHC work continues to improve Haskell through language extensions.


Benefits of Haskell Language

We are intimately familiar with Haskell because it is one of the primary blockchain languages we use at Codezeros. Our developers have learned the best practices for writing performant, industrial-grade Haskell code and are ready to apply them to the development of any sort of Web 3.0 software.

Haskell is concurrent

Concurrency is supported by the Haskell programming language. Concurrency refers to the use of many I/O-performing threads to accomplish a program. While a concurrent Haskell program can run on multiple machines, the primary goal of using concurrency is not to improve performance but rather to write the program in the simplest and most direct way possible.

Memory safety

In C and C++, manual memory management frequently results in buffer overflows, use-after-free, memory leaks, and other memory-related issues. This creates security flaws. Because of autonomous memory management, software developed in Haskell is unlikely to display such difficulties. Memory safety is a feature shared by many modern languages, including Java, Python, Go, JavaScript, Rust, and others, and it is critical for developing secure software.

Garbage collection

Memory safety may be achieved in two ways: garbage collection (the more prevalent method) and static lifespan verification (the Rust method). While garbage collection makes Haskell unsuitable for real-time systems such as computer games, it is less restrictive than lifetime checking, allowing for better abstractions and higher developer productivity.


Steps to Hire our Haskell Developers

Checkout our streamlined hiring process for bringing on board our exceptional Haskell developers. Below are the steps to follow in order to successfully hire the best talent for your team.

Experience a hassle-free hiring process as we walk you through the essential steps of selecting and hiring our top-notch Haskell developers.

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  • Inquiry

    Tell us about your project needs and goals. We keep your information confidential.

  • Select Candidates

    We provide a list of pre-verified candidates based on your requirements.

  • Take Interviews

    Interact with the candidates through a phone/video call.

  • Onboarding the Developer

    Add the selected developer to your team and orient them according to your project.

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Why choose us for Haskell app development?

Our team excels in the realm of Haskell web development, crafting dynamic and high-performance web solutions that push the boundaries of innovation. We rely on Haskell for the following technical benefits:

Native coders

With Haskell, we know how to compile ahead of time to native machine code which allows us to leverage Haskell for developing apps that require high performance, such as high-throughput data processing.

Debugging using static types

Haskell features a type-checker that helps us check code during development. This allows our developers to identify any issues early in the development cycle and examine the data model expressed in static types.

Code purity

Haskell programming is based on pure functions and immutable data which is critical to our developers' ability to write code-reliable software, manage global states, and prevent side effects.

Memory-safe applications

Haskell's memory safety makes it difficult for an attacker to remotely execute code by stopping us from making mistakes that result in garbage data being put into memory.

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The most common questions

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