Martin is software architect and senior software developer at EWERK IT GmbH. Martin has used Haskell for student and research projects since 2003, including his thesis project on the heterogeneous specification tool set Hets. Ever since joining the industry for a job programming Java, he has pushed Scala as a successor. His current work is focused on the energy market and includes financial risk analysis, market data analysis, and energy schedule management.
Martin holds a Diplom in Informatik from the University of Bremen and lives in Leipzig with his family.
Talks I've Given
Concrete Abstraction with Scalaz
Featuring Martin Kühl
How can abstractions like monads or functors help the working programmer? While most developers are aware of the abstractions, libraries implementing them are perceived as too academic, and so usage in the industry remains rare. In this talk we will develop an intuition for when some common...scala abstraction scalaz