Why does PurelyFunctional lean towards Clojure nowadays?


I’m relatively new at this, but it seems the emphasis here (PurelyFunctional.tv) has definitely leaned towards Clojure (not entirely, but clearly). I searched for Haskell, and most of the posts seem to be around the 2014 timeframe.

Is that other peoples perception? Am I missing something? If you agree, why do you think this has happened?

I’m NOT complaining - just trying to understand.


Hi @lel4866,

PurelyFunctional.tv has always been about Clojure. At one point I was trying to expand to other functional languages but it wasn’t working out, so I doubled down on Clojure.

I hope that answers your questions