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One of the most common complaints about GHC is that it is "slow". In this lightning talk, Alexis talks about the work TWEAG is doing to help speed up GHC.
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Programming languages researcher, engineer, and educator currently working on Haskell and GHC at Tweag. Her background is primarily in software engineering, but she is also an expert in algebraic effect systems and hygienic macros. She currently lives in Chicago. Alexis has been excited about programming since late elementary school, and her early frustrations led to an interest in programming language design and implementation when she was in high school. She began writing software professionally soon after, and though she has never attended university, she continued to explore her research interests in her free time. Eventually, she taught herself enough to start contributing to open-source programming language projects such as Racket and GHC.