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Matthias Georgi

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Matthias Georgi is a Ruby on Rails freelancer.
How to write a blog engine in Haskell Part 1 Posted: Jan 3, 2013 6:49 PM
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I really like to evaluate programming languages based on theirpractical value and one of the fun tasks is to write a small staticfile blog engine. The engine just converts a bunch of markdown fileswhich are sorted into folders by month and year to html files given aset of simple templates.

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