I recently stumbled upon an interesting and straightforward data exploration made by David Robinson from StackOverflow: What programming languages are used late at night?. Among other fun facts about the programming crowd, he discovered that Haskell is different from mainstream language, the SO questions’ frequency grows much stronger in the evenings compared to other languages. It is intriguing to compare these observations with how people actually code on GitHub, and besides, our CEO Eiso Kant is fond of Haskell enough to let me check, he-he. So I decided to use my Open Source Friday to work on this post.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://blog.sourced.tech/post/activity_hours/