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In this talk, I'll discuss performance measurement and optimization in Haskell from the perspective of a library or application programmer.
Included will be a quick tour of some available tools and techniques, pitfalls to avoid, and illustrations about what to look for when your code isn't performing as well as you'd like.
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Performance Measurement and Optimization in Haskell
Bryan manages the Developer Efficiency team at Facebook. They build and scale the tools that Facebook's engineering teams use to develop products.