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Developments in the Haskell world

This evening we'll talk about GHC. What changes did 7.6 bring to the Haskell language? What was added in the latest version, 7.6.3? What's coming in the future?
Mike Burns will hold a presentation which will try to answer these questions for us.

Mikael Muszynski will also be giving an introduction to the testing frameworks of Haskell. We'll get to see what tools have your back when "it compiled, so it works!" doesn't cover your back.

This event will be touching upon some fairly advanced topics, so while beginners are encouraged to come by to see the more advanced aspects of the language, it might become more challenging.

Food and drinks will be provided by Sqore.

If the gate is closed and you can't get in, call Mikael on[masked] 54.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    2 fun and interesting presentations on testing in Haskell, and some nice examples of goodies in GHC 7.6.

    March 21, 2014

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