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SkillsCast

PVP considered harmful... NOT

6th October 2016 in London at CodeNode

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Every package put on Hackage should follow PVP, Package versioning Policy. There are a lot of different opinions about various aspects of PVP or whole policy itself. In this lightning talk we'll discuss "why one should follow PVP". We'll demystify myths (with evidence), argument for PVP, analyse alternatives, yet not forgetting some critique as well.

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PVP considered harmful... NOT

Oleg Grenrus

Oleg is a programmer from Finland (i.e. he's a humble person). He became active in the Haskell community around 2015, and nowadays co-maintains (among other things) servant web-framework, the one where type trickery is involved.

SkillsCast

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Every package put on Hackage should follow PVP, Package versioning Policy. There are a lot of different opinions about various aspects of PVP or whole policy itself. In this lightning talk we'll discuss "why one should follow PVP". We'll demystify myths (with evidence), argument for PVP, analyse alternatives, yet not forgetting some critique as well.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

PVP considered harmful... NOT

Oleg Grenrus

Oleg is a programmer from Finland (i.e. he's a humble person). He became active in the Haskell community around 2015, and nowadays co-maintains (among other things) servant web-framework, the one where type trickery is involved.

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