Quite interesting point of view on Haskell

by Szymon LipiƄski

Another noteworthy Haskell benefit is performance. Silk credits Haskell for getting them to market in less than half the time it would have taken otherwise. Haskell allowed them to concentrate more on innovation and actual programming, and much less on repetitive testing and debugging. If an early-stage startup has a $100,000 per month burn rate, this acceleration could be the difference between life and death.