Controlling monadic effects with type classes

6th October 2016 in London at CodeNode

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The talk will focus on how to restrict effects performed by monadic computations using type classes. You will explore the pros and cons of this approach in relation to its alternatives as well as how to solve several common issues that arise, such as the problem of quadratic number of instance definitions.

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Controlling monadic effects with type classes

Andrzej Rybczak

Andrzej Rybczak has been using Haskell in production since 2011. He also studied Computer Science at Wroclaw University of Technology and Mathematics at University of Wroclaw.