New Directions in String Interpolation

About the Venue:

http://www.theoffice.com.sg/where.php 


======== UPDATE  [masked] ======== 

Change again. Michał J Gajda, the author of hPDB (http://hackage.haskell.org/package/hPDB) is going to share about speeding up parsing in Haskell. And due to the limited time window, my talk would be postponed to the later meetup. It's great to have passionate Haskellers to give us talk. Thanks for all of your time.

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Introduction:

Welcome to the April's Haskell Singapore Meetup!  


Writing string Interpolation in Haskell is at a painful state at this moment. This time we are delighted that Simon Hengel is going to share with us about some new directions in solving this problem. This talk's target audience would be proficient Haskell programers.


[Spoiler Alert] People interested in this talk could reference the past slide.

http://sol.github.io/interpolate-talk/#1


Speaker Profile:

Simon Hengel (sol) is the maintainer of Hspec and Haddock; Ported Python's Doctest to Haskell before. And a programming language polyglot and TDD addict. 

https://github.com/sol





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  • Paul M.

    @Jaon: yeah, I will.

    1 · March 31, 2014

  • Jason y.

    @Paul, I would love to attend your talk but I can't be there. Would you be releasing the slides?

    March 31, 2014

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