Sat May 26 13:50:14 EDT 2018

The problem is composition, not primitives

So why is it so counter-intuitive?  Connectivity is usually glanced
over as "just hook these things up", with full focus going into how to
implement primitive operations or even higher level logic.

In practice however, a significant amount of time can be spent in
"glue".  Why is this not taken serious?

EDIT: This is great about Haskell: the library is nothing but
composition abstractions.