Character illustrations of Haskell users
Our main web service API at Fission is written in Haskell. Through a series of internal company jokes, we ended up coming up with the concept of Haskell wizards and lizards. Sometimes you feel like a wizard and can tackle anything, some times you feel more lizard-y and need to take some time to think and design before you're feeling confident again.
We ended up adding the High Priestess as a third character who is a more femme expression of the concepts we were going for.
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The Haskell Wizard is part magic, part science. They're confident and proficient, using both tech tools and the magic of type theory, a scientist's lab coat, and a wizard hat, to tackle any software design challenge.
The Haskell Lizard is enjoying their Haskell journey, but sometimes feels a little confused. Is the compiler complaining AGAIN? Maybe it's just that another cup of coffee is needed, or an extra read through some Haskell books.
The Haskell high priestess has got your back. She is stern but fair, wants you to get better, and is there to teach and support you.