So you enjoy my blogposts or open source work, and you’d like some help with some Haskell. I’m available for consulting. I can help in a variety of ways:
Are you unsure how to structure your Haskell application on a high level? I can provide guidance on this, offering advice and experience on library selection and trade-offs between various approaches.
Are you stuck on your implementation? I can help get you un-stuck and productive again with a quick call. You can also set me up as a contributor on your project for very quick fixes.
Unfortunately, I do not have the spare bandwidth to do significant implementation work at this time.
Do you want to learn more about a specific Haskell topic? I can provide tutoring on a wide variety of things, from fancy type level stuff to low-level performance concerns.
Is there a topic you’d like me to write on? I can write tutorials, library documentation, and friendly introductions to advanced topics.
If you are interested, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My bandwidth is currently somewhat constrained, and I’m only available on small projects. However, I know many folks that can help with a variety of projects that are available to help. If I’m unable to help you, then I can help connect you with someone that can.