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Let's talk about testing.

We all know that if a Haskell application compiles, it's most likely correct. But let's try to take away the "most likely" part. Andrew Stein will tell us about modern testing approaches. If you also have something you'd like to talk about, don't hold back.

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  • Zoltán N.

    The presentation, as promised:

    Thank you again for coming, I was very pleasantly surprised by the interest and great conversations. We're hoping to make this meetup a regular thing. If you feel like giving any kind of talk related to Haskell, drop me a line or a comment here. Intro talks, simple how-tos, war stories, "look what I made", theory, anything. Don't hold back.

    Quick note: the language doesn't need to be English in the future. That was just because Andrew doesn't speak Hungarian.

    September 16, 2013

  • Zoltán N.

    September 11, 2013

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