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Cloud Haskell brings Erlang-style distributed concurrency to Haskell. In this talk I'll talk about what it is and how you can use it. I'll also describe the new implementation that we have been working on, with a focus on robustness and flexibility.
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Duncan is an independent Haskell consultant with Well-Typed LLP. His commercial work covers building end-user applications in Haskell and supporting companies that use Haskell through making improvements to the toolchain. He has more than ten years