[Haskell-cafe] Functional programming techniques in small projects
joerg.rudnick at t-online.de
Tue Jun 22 00:41:38 EDT 2010
I am afraid your questions are formulated quite narrowly so that people
you might like to reach might not feel addressed -- so it might be
helpful to ask yourself how your subject might look in the perspective
of an "average Haskeller", if a such dies exist at all.
At first, please explain what you understand as "post mass production"
and how you expect this to be in a relationship with Haskell.
Then, agile software development is used at projects of various sizes --
but I guess you want to use this term to emphasize *small* projects --
inhowfar do you actually require such to follow agile specifications,
how about small and one-man-projects which do not follow agile at all?
You are speaking about »student-driven software development«... it might
be hard for some people to imagine what you mean by this and -- again --
inhowfar this relates to Haskell.
Could you please be a little more explicit?
All the best,
Markus Dönges wrote:
> Hello Community,
> I am a student from the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, and at
> the moment I am writing my bachelor thesis about "Post-Mass-Prodcution
> Softwaresupply/ -development in case of an University administration".
> This approach deals with student-driven software development in which
> functional programming techniques (ie, Haskell) and agile development
> approaches matter.
> I am looking for opinions and statements on how small (agile) software
> development projects may benefit from functional programming
> techniques (perhaps in contrast to imperative programming techniques).
> Since I am at the very start, I would appreciate further literature
> advices. In addition, does anybody know particular people who are
> familiar with this topic?
> Any answer is appreciated :-)
> Regards, Markus
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