Fwd: Searching for Haskell (was: [Haskell-cafe] Slightly humorous:
Headhunters toolbox (example for Germany))
Alberto G. Corona
agocorona at gmail.com
Tue Aug 31 13:57:30 EDT 2010
Just after sending this I relized that it is possible to narrow the search
Using the category programming:
is even possible to compare the evolution of the term against the whole
category. Both go down with time (because technical people dominate less and
less the wen searches) . But the slope of "Haskell" is lesser than the one
By the way, it is possible to compare two or more search terms. Within the
category programming, monad, and "type class" are scarce compared with
"object" but the slope of the former ones are clearly up while object is
down. (press "growth compared with the programing category").
What happened in the first half of 2006? monads were high there!.
An further example is lazy versus strict. Both are comparable in percentage,
but lazy is scandalously up while strict is down at the same rate.
By the way, the term "tired" has increasing share in the programming
2010/8/31 Henk-Jan van Tuyl <hjgtuyl at chello.nl>
On Tue, 31 Aug 2010 13:57:42 +0200, Alberto G. Corona <agocorona at gmail.com>
> Entering "haskell language" instead of "haskell" the ambiguity
>> dissapears. Then, Jamaica no longer appears in the crude reality . The
>> weigth of USA is hides all other country here.
>> I think that a more appropriate term to look for haskell interest is
>> "monad" although it may catch some crazy philosophers too. The result is
> You can still get things like a page titled "Ben Haskell - Language
> Technologies Institute - Carnegie Mellon", and of course, not all pages
> about the programming language contain the word "language". To get proper
> results you would need a good semantic search engine, but these search
> engines seem to be in early research stage.
> Henk-Jan van Tuyl
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