January 31, 2011 · 5:45 PM
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This month we have two talks. They are: Xmonad: data-structures and patterns for a killer haskell application. by Mark Hibberd This talk will explore the internals of xmonad, a tiling X11 window manager. In what most would call an inherently stateful domain, it turns out that pure-fp is un-unpractical. Using the functions of xmonad as a driver, I will cover organisation of code, the data structures and extending xmonad functionality. The talk will be approx 45 minutes, with hopefully 10 - 15 minutes of questions.
Courses in Purely Functional Programming
by Tony Morris This talk will explore the means in which people can learn purely functional programming using a language such as Haskell