Rust in Production: MeiliSearch
Read our interview with Thomas Payet, the co-founder and COO of MeiliSearch, to learn about their experience with Rust and discover tips for starting your own open-source project.
Elixir in Production: Papercups
What are the benefits of Elixir for SaaS products? Find out in our interview with Alex Reichert, the co-founder of Papercups.
Rust in Production: 1Password
What are the benefits of using Rust for security-centric applications? Find out in our interview with Michael Fey, the VP of Engineering for Client Apps at 1Password.
DAML: A Haskell-Based Language for Blockchain
What are the benefits of functional programming for smart contract development? Find the answer in our interview with Anthony Lusardi, a developer advocate at DAML.
Elixir in Production: Plausible Analytics
What are the benefits of Elixir for web analytics? Find out in our interview with the founder of Plausible Analytics, a lightweight open-source alternative to Google Analytics.
Code Pray Love: Interview with Oli Makhasoeva
How to attract speakers and grow an audience for online events? We interview the main organizer of Haskell Love Conference – Oli Makhasoeva – to find out the answers to these questions.
Elixir in Production: Venu
Read our interview with Nathan Johnson, a co-founder of Venu, a community-driven online marketplace for virtual events.
How to Be a Team Lead in 2020: Interview with Ivan Gromakovskii
In this interview, we talk with Ivan Gromakovskii – a person of untold productivity and a legend of the Serokell technical team.
Haskell at 200 MPH: Interview with Arseniy Seroka
How to build a company of good friends that help each other? Listen to Arseniy's interview with HuntIT to find out the answer.
How Did You Start with Functional Programming?
In order to learn about the various ways one could end up doing functional programming at a company like Serokell, we asked three of our engineers how they got started with FP.
Haskell in Production: Riskbook
To continue our series on Haskell in production, we have an interview with Jezen Thomas, the CTO of Riskbook.
Developing GHC for a Living: Interview with Vladislav Zavialov
What is it like to work on GHC, the state-of-the-art open source Haskell compiler? Read this post to learn what features Vladislav implemented in 2019 and what he has to say about the challenges of contributing to GHC.