Alexey was born and raised in Belarus, and has lived most of his adult life in the USA and a bit in Poland. He has bachelor and master’s degrees in computer science from the University of New Mexico. Alexey has been coding in Haskell for almost a decade, including five years professionally at FP Complete and now at IOHK.
Personal passion of writing efficient and safe Haskell has lead Alexey to creating a few open source libraries such as
Color as well as maintaining a couple of core libraries, namely
Talks I've Given
Multi-dimensional Arrays that Do Not Exist
Featuring Alexey Kuleshevich
This talk is about delayed computation techniques and their role in fusion, parallelization and stencil convolution, which are some of the core features in a high performance array processing library called massiv.haskell delayed-arrays
Software Engineer at IOHK
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