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With this talk, you will discover into the operational
semantics of Haskell, by executing a couple of small programs everyone should be
familiar with, and watching what happens to stack and heap during execution, such as in the classical foldl (+) 0 overflow.
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Functional and low-level: watching the STG execute
David has been a Haskell enthusiast ever since he (was) stumbled upon it in early 2012 as a physics student. After spending a lot of time with it and talking to others in #haskell, he proposed the unifying the Applicative-Monad hierarchy and removing the fail function from the Monad class to the mailing lists. The former is live as of GHC 7.8, the latter is in a backwards-compatible slow transitional phase for the next couple of compiler versions. As of 2016, he is member of the Core Language committee to work on the next Haskell standard.