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This talk is about the day to day practice of using Haskell to write large software systems.
*Building bigger systems from smaller pieces
*Reusable approaches for designing components
*Techniques for making code maintainable
*And ways to improve code that you come across
Using examples where we
*Integrate Haskell into existing systems
*Use Haskell to wrap untrusted or external systems
Above all, ways to reduce and manage complexity in software as the size of the system grows.
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Haskell in the Large - The day to day practice of using Haskell to write large systems
Don is a functional programmer and leads the Strats team at Standard Chartered Bank writing trading software in Haskell. He holds a PhD in Computer Science, and has been using Haskell commercially for the past decade. He’s also co-author of “Real World Haskell” and the xmonad window manager. He’s interested in building great software, type-driven software design and software optimization.