The NeoHaskell Dogma
A Dogma is not bad if it is aligned with the principles of the individual, and flexible enough for the moments it isn't.
The NeoHaskell Statements
- Beautiful is better than ugly
- Simple is better than complex
- Duplicate and easy is better than concise and complex
- Mathematics are good when not seen
- The 95% of type-safety should be done with 5-or-less% of the effort
- Instead of investing effort in the other 5%, better release to prod
- If it takes more than 15 minutes to understand, it's a bug
- The functional way is better, unless the imperative one is easier
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