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  1. [nyc-haskell] Practical Data Processing With Haskell and Putting Cloud Haskell to Work with Ozgun Ataman and Gershom Bazerman


    from Richard Minerich Added 2,166 10 1

    From the NYC Haskell User Group: http://www.meetup.com/NY-Haskell/events/86257622/ We're kicking off the New York Haskell Users Group with two great talks, one for people just getting started…

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    • Vinyl: Records in Haskell and Type Theory


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      abstract: Records in Haskell are notoriously difficult to compose; many solutions have been proposed. Vinyl lies in the space of library-level approaches, and addresses polymorphism, extensibility,…

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      • [ny-haskell] A Pragmatic Case for Static Typing with Brian Hurt


        from Richard Minerich Added 4,452 34 2

        Link: http://www.meetup.com/NY-Haskell/events/126945882/ This beginners-friendly talk will explain some of the reasons why Haskell programmers are so enthusiastic about static typing: it helps…

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        • What Does Monad Mean?


          from Tom Adams Added 5,124 38 4

          What Does Monad Mean? * Mythology and Terminology * What is a type constructor? * Polymorphism * Examples of monads * Why should I care? * C#, LINQ and monads * Scala, for-comprehensions and…

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          • Faster persistent data structures through hashing


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            abstract: The most commonly used map (dictionary) data type in Haskell is implemented using a size balanced tree. While size balanced trees provide good asymptotic performance, their real world performance…

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            • Alissa Pajer - How Haskell is Changing my Brain


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              This video was filmed during The flatMap(Oslo) conference which took place on the 12-13th of May 2014 in Oslo, Norway. flatMap(Oslo) is Norway's first dedicated Scala and functional programming…

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              • AwesomePrelude - Liberating Haskell from data types!


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                Tom Lokhorst and Sebastiaan Visser present the AwesomePrelude. A reimplementation of the Haskell prelude in which all data types have been replaced with type classes. Embedded Domain Specific Languages…

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                • GHC 7.6, More Well-Typed Than Ever


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                  José Pedro Magalhães talks about some new features coming to GHC 7.6. These include, data kinds, kind polymorphism, type-level literals, and deferred type errors. Slides: http://dreixel.net/research/pdf/ghc7.6mwtte_pres_dhd2012.pdf This…

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                  • xformat - Dutch HUG


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                    Sean Leather presents his `xformat` library for extensible and type safe formatting at the Dutch Haskell User Group meeting in September 2009. Blog post (including slides): http://splonderzoek.blogspot.com/2009/09/extensibility-and-type-safety-in.html Library…

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                    • Faster persistent data structures through hashing - Johan Tibell


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                      The most commonly used map (dictionary) data types in Haskell are implemented using some kind of binary tree, typically a size balanced tree or a Patricia tree. While binary trees provide good asymptotic…

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                      • Hac5: Vacuum + Adaptive Containers


                        from Tom Lokhorst Added 757 3 1

                        Don Stewart demos Vacuum by showing Adaptive containers at the 5th Haskell Hackathon in Utrecht. Christophe Poucet shows the Ubigraph backend to Vacuum. More info: * http://moonpatio.com/vacuum/ *…

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                        • Explanation of Generalized Algebraic Data Types


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                          An explanation of the why and how of Generalized Algebraic Data Types in Haskell, using a small language of arithmetic expressions as example.

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