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Haskell Garbage Collection
Functional programming used to have a bad reputation of being slow mostly due to garbage-collection. The Haskell garbage-collector (GC) actually has received some care and a number of options or programming constructs allow to reduce GC pause times.
- Generational GC For Haskell
- Optimising GC Overhead
- Incremental GC
- GHC Memory management
- GHC Special Objects
- Parallelism and GC
- Pushers moving away from Haskell to Go for GC reasons
- Is Haskell real-time ready yet?
There always is a host of interesting things to learn by studying complicated systems.
It’s a bit harder to find good blog-style material on optimization topics. Besides articles on this site here are some links.
Static and personal site technology
If you read how this blog is built, you’ll figure out that I have some affection for personal and personalized websites. Thus I collect (do not hesitate to send yours to me) other viewpoints on how they built their website.
- My Website is one binary by jes
- XHTMLBoy’s Website recipe
- A list of Cool things people do with their blogs by Wouter Groeneveld