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These days I'm mostly programming in Haskell, having spent the past 5 years going through that painful but eye-opening learning curve. Most of the code I maintain is Perl, C, and shell script, but I'd just as soon use Haskell for anything new. I've gradually became a big fan of Haskell; I feel it makes me write much more solid code that is much easier to maintain and refactor. But the best part is there are seemingly no end of things to learn in the Haskell space.