To help me understand and quantify where you're coming from, how many hours would you conservatively estimate that you have spent writing functional code in the last year?
Methinks you're asking, where do you sit in The Evolution of a Haskell Programmer.
To wit I reply, currently indeterminate, but I'm aiming for "Tenured professor" :)
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