Serokell Blog: Year 2 in Review
Which posts were the most read during the second year of Serokell's blog? Discover awesome articles and read about the future of the blog in our yearly review.
How to Grow As a Haskeller: #SerokellChat Wrap-up
Last week, we organized out first-ever #SerokellChat! In case you missed it, here is a short wrap-up of the questions and answers.
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.
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.
Physics, History and Haskell. Interview with Rinat Stryungis
Could you unite a career in physics with writing and teaching Haskell, one of the (allegedly) most complex programming languages out there? Today, we have an interview with a person that can.
Serokell Takes First Place at TON Contest
The results of the TON smart contracts contest are out, and our team has got the largest cash award. In this article, we give a brief intro to our submission and talk about our experience during the contest.
How to Win at Web Summit
Web Summit is huge. According to official statistics, in 2019 it was attended by 70 469 people. It is an experience of its own kind. In this article, Roman Alterman gives tips to survive and thrive in large conferences like that.
Serokell Blog: Anniversary Infographic
Did you know that we have been blogging for a year already? Here's an infographic to lead you to our past year's best content.
TON: Is Haskell More Fun than FunC?
We participated in the Blockchain Developer competition announced by the Telegram Open Network team. Here is what we submitted as our entry and what we learned while working on it.
How to Survive Working Remotely
Working from home is efficient, convenient, and beneficial for both employers and employees but it has its challenges. Serokell has been remote from the very beginning, and our employees can tell quite a few stories about their experience.