Table of Contents
- Table of Contents
- The problem with escape hatches
- Why Dhall is useful irrespective of functional programming
- Ensuring different config files agree with each other
- Managing repetition within the same config file
- Managing duplication between config files of different environments
- Dealing with malformed config files at run-time
- Dealing with structurally incorrect configuration files
- Ensuring no-surprises when promoting code + config artifacts to higher environments
- How is Dhall similar to Haskell?
- Why is Dhall a gateway drug to Haskell?
- Slides from Functional Conf 2022 on the same topic
The problem with escape hatches
Haskell is hard. In fact, I have a 45-min talk from Functional Conf 2019 about why learning Haskell is hard and how to deal with its steep learning curve.
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