Ever since Joachim Breitner got infected with the Haskell fever in 2005, he has been an active part of the community, with many contributions to GHC, and currently most active driving the GHC proposal process. He obtained a PhD in Karlsruhe, Germany, for the inception and formal verification of the Call Arity program transformation, has worked as a post-doc with Stephanie Weirich at the University of Pennsylvania to make formal verification of Haskell practical, and is currently a Senior Researcher and Engineer at the DFINITY Foundation. If this year’s Haskell eXchange were live in London, you might stumble across him in the evening dancing Swing or Tango Argentino, or performing at a stand-up comedy open mic.
Talks I've Given
A Promise Checked is a Promise Kept: Inspection Testing
Featuring Joachim Breitner
Some high-quality Haskell libraries, including old friends likehaskell library-design optimization testing
textand new kinds on the block like
generic-lens, promise that the abstractions provided by these libraries are actually free and will be completely dissolved by the compiler. In the case of
textthe promise is that certain...
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