The Yale Haskell Group has played an integral role in the conception, evolution, implementation, and application of the Haskell programming language. Most notably, they have used Haskell to construct a variety of domain-specific embedded languages (DSELs): languages that use Haskell as a framework within which to build abstractions specific to an underlying domain. One of their key DSEL project is Nettle, a language for configuring OpenFlow network routers in a high-level, declarative manner.
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