Wolfgang Jeltsch has been a Haskell enthusiast since 1999. He has used the language in research and development and has taught it to university students.
His main interests are functional reactive programming (FRP), incremental computing, advanced uses of Haskell’s type system, and algorithms. He is the developer of the Grapefruit FRP library and the main contributer to the incremental-computing package. He obtained a PhD on functional reactive programming using Haskell in 2012.
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Many applications maintain data that evolves over time together with views on this data. An example are GUI applications that present information from a database to the user. Whenever the underlying data changes, the views must adapt to these changes. Incremental computing is about performing...haskellx haskell incremental-computing dsl type-system types algorithms frp