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This talk complements Bryan O'Sullivan's 2014 talk on Performance Measurement and Optimization in Haskell, by focusing more on actual optimisations, rather than measuring performance.
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High performance programming in Haskell
Johan Tibell is a Googler and a long time contributor and maintainer of some of the core Haskell libraries, including the most popular data structure and networking libraries.
Johan has worked on GHC's threading implementation for scalable I/O, modern hashing-based data structures, and the high-performance Python protocol buffer implementation used inside Google.