In 2017, having completed my mathematics PhD in London (in the field of p-adic Hodge theory), I decided to go back to my roots in the French Pyrénées, to begin working on various Haskell projects, with a focus on graphics. I got to know Haskell's type system in the process, and decided to take things a step further this year: I begun working on GHC under the supervision of Richard Eisenberg, with a focus on type-checking plugins and representation polymorphism. Since then, I've started work at Well-Typed, and continue contributing to GHC.
Talks I've Given
An Overview of GHC's Constraint Solver
Featuring Sam Derbyshire
GHC's constraint solver is notoriously difficult to understand, and there aren't many tools to help us understand the process that GHC goes through while type-checking. This talks is an overview of how GHC generates constraints in the process of type-checking, and how it goes about...haskell type-checking ghc constraint-solver