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In this talk, you will learn the use of CλaSH to create your own digital circuits in Haskell, and how you can use the generated HDL code to program FPGAs.
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Creating digital circuits using CλaSH
Christiaan is a key contributor to the functional hardware description language called Clash, a language that borrows both the syntax and semantics from Haskell.
Christiaan has been programming in Haskell since 2009 when he co-created the first prototype of the Clash compiler and was fortunate to be welcomed by the community at the 2009 Haskell Symposium in Edinborough and present that first prototype.
Clash was also the topic of Christiaan's PhD thesis, for which he graduated from the University of Twente in 2015.
In 2016, he co-founded QBayLogic B.V., an FPGA design house where he and a small team create custom FPGA solutions, using Clash, for QBayLogic's worldwide clientele.