Stack Builders News

A collection of thoughts and notes by our team

Mark Karpov
The Hapistrano deployment tool has become more powerful

Juan Carlos Paucar
Maintaining CSS can be problem in large projects. Here are some notes to make the maintainance a breeze

Justin Leitgeb
There’s an emerging trend of using the **UNKNOWN_CHAR** for web application development, as opposed to traditional LAMP or MEAN stacks. The ETA Stack is characterized by the use of languages offering expressive types. We discuss some of the specific technologies used today in ETA Stack applications, as well as its benefits.

Mark Karpov
Notes about use of concurrent Haskell that made our production code almost 100 times faster.

Mark Karpov
We have released a new open source library for CSV parsing that provides good error-messages and plays nicely with Cassava.
Katherine Guerrón
Stack Builders’ contribution for the Ecuadorian victims of the earthquake.

Lori Leitgeb
Welcome to the new look of Stack Builders! Our company is continually shifting and growing and we have updated our website and logo to reflect all the new directions we are heading in.
Eric C. Jones
Encoding web application specifications using Haskell and ATS

Juan Pedro Villa

Juan Pedro Villa
A tutorial on how to use QuickCheck’s combinators to create simple generators of random values.

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