Haskell vs Markdown: What are the differences?
What is Haskell? An advanced purely-functional programming language. .
What is Markdown? Text-to-HTML conversion tool/syntax for web writers, by John Gruber. Markdown is two things: (1) a plain text formatting syntax; and (2) a software tool, written in Perl, that converts the plain text formatting to HTML.
Haskell and Markdown can be categorized as "Languages" tools.
"Purely-functional programming " is the top reason why over 72 developers like Haskell, while over 345 developers mention "Easy formatting" as the leading cause for choosing Markdown.
Asana, Code School, and GoSquared are some of the popular companies that use Markdown, whereas Haskell is used by thoughtbot, DoxIQ, and Wagon. Markdown has a broader approval, being mentioned in 756 company stacks & 718 developers stacks; compared to Haskell, which is listed in 33 company stacks and 47 developer stacks.
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Markdown represents a highly portable and lightweight text formatting. I had converted all of my Wordpress posts to Markdown prior to migrating over to Jekyll and eventually to Hugo. The fact that many generators support Markdown means that my content remains portable regardless of the platform/engine I use.
What you see is not what you get, never it is.
Documentation is better in Markdown format. You don’t need anything special to read it.
It is compact, portable, comparable.
Markdown is my text file format of choice.
Because it is almost an effortless markup language without ever having to write an HTML tag. Of course, you'll want to use it in environments that make it look pretty (GitHub, etc.)
Using StackEdit to edit markdown files for blog roll and about sections. MD files are stored in Google Drive and pushed to GH pages through StackEdit.
I have been study with videos and tutorials
Backend logic (REST, Auth0, Redis, Postgres, functional graph library (fgl), ...)