1. ActionKid Walkthrough

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    from Aditya Bhargava / Added

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    This is a quick tutorial for actionkid, a video game framework for Haskell: https://github.com/egonSchiele/actionkid I'm sorry that it skips a bit in the beginning. Lesson learned: don't use quicktime for screencasts!

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    • Chips Challenge in Haskell (demo)

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      Chips Challenge is an old game that I played on Windows 3.x. I re-made it in Haskell using OpenGL.

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      • λSKK DEMO

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        開発中のλSKKのデモ。github.com/konn/hskk/

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        • λSKKの現状

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          開発中のλSKKのデモ。https://github.com/konn/hskk/

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          • Chris CX 1.1: Hood River Double Cross

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            =============Cool Stuff============= My sponsor Rhino Rush gives ANYONE with the promotional code 30% off orders. Seriously, you need to try the pre-workout. It's awesome. Login to their website https://rhinorush.com/products and order, enter the discount code "OffTheFront" and get 30% off your order. Order $50 or more and you get free shipping. It's pretty rad. Cycle Logix Bikes are awesome. My road bike and TT bike have been the best rides ever. If you want to see them, there are videos on my channel. Check them out. Also, visit their site for info and sweet deals. I am actually running my CycleLogix 38mm carbon clinchers right now on my CX bike and their are crazy fast! Love them. http://clxbikes.com/ K-Edge makes it possible for you to see what's happening on the bike in these races. Their camera mounts, computer mounts, and chain catchers are the #1 tool. I literally couldn't show you if they didn't make better mounts than the GoPro factory ones. Sorry, GoPro. Great camera, clunky mounts. I'll give you guys a video showing hoe I connect everything and you'll see. 5 Cameras on one bike and no issues races. It's perfection. http://www.acecosportgroup.com/ Idaho Mountain Touring: IMT and owner Chris are good to me beyond imagination. They also deserve consideration for some purchases. They help bring you these videos no questions asked. Great people, good friends, awesome stuff, good prices. Check them out too. http://www.idahomountaintouring.com/ http://clxbikes.com/ =============FAQ============= No one asks questions, leave some in the comments and then we'll have some FAQ, or at least OAQ (occasionally asked questions)

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            • Teach For America: Jacksonville with Steve Halverson

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              Steve Halverson, President and CEO @ Haskell and Teach For America: Board Chair, describes why he supports Teach For America in our community.

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              • Monad a day 2: Future

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                Monad a day is back! (a week later...) This time it's Futures. We'll see how to use Futures with folktale's data.future.

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                • 2014 Haskell Indians Football - Where Legacies Begin

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                  This is a new beginning for the 2014 Haskell Indian Nations University Football program. We honor the Haskell football legacy by working hard and dedicating our mind, body and spirit to becoming the best team possible. We represent the many Native American tribes across the United States when we step onto the field, and will continue to build upon the rich, storied tradition of Haskell football. Our legacy...begins now.

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                  • 5 Reasons you should care about Functional Programming

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                    In this keynote from W-JAX 2013, Neal Ford explores why learning functional programming paradigms now is critical for developers with five concrete reasons: 1. why it’s beneficial to cede control over mundane details to the language and runtime 2. how nailgun driven development differs from building prefab houses 3. the wonderful benefits of immutability 4. embrace results over steps 5. how bendable languages make hard problems easier to tackle. Even if you don’t care about Scala, Clojure, F#, or Haskell, the important features of those languages will impact your life. Now is the time to increase your comfort level with these new paradigms.

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                    • Helsinki Haskell Users Group Meetup - Zippers & Recalled

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                      First group meetup at Nitor premises. We had two keynotes: Zippers and Recalled. Zippers Zippers are a programming technique that can make code that transforms pure data structures more efficient. On the other hand they are also an excellent example of applied type theory. Speaker: Joel Kaasinen – I've been tinkering with Haskell since 2006. I enjoy strong type systems that let me offload proving properties of my code to the compiler. I've taught basic and advanced Haskell courses at Helsinki University. I'm also the chairman of the student group interested in theoretical computer science and functional programming, Lambda ry. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Recalled Recalled is a F# library for persistent, incremental, parallel computations such as build systems. The main goals for Recalled are to make it straightforward to define such computations and to scale such computations. In this talk, we will first examine how Recalled allows such computations to be defined. For perspective, we will take a brief look at the concrete problem domain for which Recalled was designed for. Then we will seek to understand the design of the persistence mechanism of Recalled that largely determines the performance of Recalled. Last we will briefly discuss two other libraries, Hopac and Infers, that provide the infrastructure, namely lightweight parallel threads and datatype generic functions, respectively, that makes the implementation of Recalled straightforward. Speaker: Vesa Karvonen - I have a long time interest in the design and implementation of programming languages, embedded domain specific languages and in datatype generic programming and functional programming in particular. I have used functional languages such as OCaml, Scheme, Standard ML and F# in my daily professional work since 2001. While I haven't programmed in Haskell - aside from small experiments - I understand it fairly well as I've read a few books and dozens of articles on Haskell programming and converted several Haskell libraries to Standard ML and F#.

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