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Programs That Explain Their Effects with Dominic Orchard!
Featuring Dominic Orchard
Are you interested in learning more about the different approaches to writing effectful programs in Haskell? Don't miss this month's HaskellX Bytes with Dominic Orchard!haskell monads program-structure architecture functional
HaskellX Bytes with Neil Mitchell!
Featuring Neil Mitchell
Haskell is a strongly typed programming language, which should be well suited to static analysis - specifically any insights about the program which don't require running the program. Alas, while type systems are becoming increasingly powerful, other forms of static analysis aren't...haskellx functional
Why Regular Expressions Matter with Chris Dornan!
Featuring Chris Dornan
Do you think Haskell supports Regular Expressions effectively? Come and join Chris to explore how Regular Expressions have been supported in Haskell and how well they should be supported (Spoiler alert: Chris doesn't think they have been supported well enough).functional haskell haskellx haskellx-bytes
Fun with Sum and Product Types
Featuring Andres Löh
This talk will introduce the concept of datatype-generic programming using the generics-sop library in an example-oriented fashion: We will consider a number of programming problems (generation / enumeration of values; (de)serialization; various operations on record types such as mapping to...
An informal guide to better compiler errors with Jasper Van der Jeugt
Featuring Jasper Van der Jeugt
Haskell is very commonly used to implement DSLs. When you implement one of these DSLs, the focus is usually performance or correctness. Something that typically doesn't get a lot of attention is the "quality" of error messages. Join Jasper to discover more at this months HaskellX...functional
Practical Haskell Systems Issues at Beautiful Destinations
Featuring Ben Clifford
Are you facing ugliness when compiling the same code in GHC and GHCJS? Come join Haskell eXchange 2016 speaker Ben Clifford who'll be looking at practical issues at the first HaskellX Bytes!functional haskell haskell-bytes haskellx ghc ghcjs functional-programming
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