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      I’m not going to question the facts (numbers tell there are differences), but why as a programmer should I care? This equation isn’t that simple.

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        It’s important to know the upperbounds of performance for your chosen frameworks. Just think of these results as another data point when deciding on which framework to pick.

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        Is there anywhere where you can see which version of each language/compiler was used? GHC 7.8.2 should produce much better results for concurrent connections for example, but I can’t see if they’re using it or not.

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          They seem to be using GHC 7.4.1. The test suite is on GitHub, and for Haskell/Yesod there’s a readme file detailing the environment.