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  1. Cocoa vs Haskell

    So here’s the deal - if you want to write a Mac GUI app, you want to use the Cocoa framework. As a practical system for writing desktop GUI apps, the Cocoa stack simply has no equal anywhere. Part of what makes Cocoa so great is the Objective-C language, which adds a very flexible and dynamic OOP system on top of standard C.

    Objective-C turned out to be a great match for creating desktop GUIs. It’s obviously a general-purpose language, but for general programming it would be no where near my first choice. My first choice right now would ...

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