Debugging Haskell and Contributing to open source.

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  • Anne M.

    I just noticed that 'our' Prof. Eric Meijer is teaching functional programming at EDX coming up in October, with Haskell. I wonder if joint attendance would be a good jump off point for Debugging discussions?

    1 · September 12

    • Anne M.

      Yes I noticed that bug on their site! I might actually be able to dig up their source code - but I doubt it's in Haskell :)

      1 · September 14

    • Anne M.

      Update, it starts Wed. Oct.15 for 6 weeks.

      September 30

  • Anne M.

    Wow! Sojourner told me today people had signed up and I see there are 15 of us, woo hoo! I will look into locations. One big question we have is timing. Can you post here or message me on Best Dates/Times for Meetings, as of[masked]?
    Possible answers (Check all that apply); 1.Weekend 10am; 2.Weekend 1pm; 3.Weekend 4pm; 4.Monday-Thursday 6pm+; 5.Friday 6pm+; 6.Monday-Thursday 5pm ok; 7.Friday 5pm ok;
    My thinking is that if we can do 5pm M-F, then Turn to Tech is available. Weekends per security constraints it seems is harder to obtain. Sojourner gave me a few names and I think I saw an app about the topic of meeting rooms...

    3 · May 18

    • Christina G.

      #4 preferred; #2/#3 second choice

      May 19

    • Anne M.

      Quick update, I got a new job, and I have a MOOC final this week [2014-05-30Fri] so I didn't get to ponder more on this. Now we have the office hours that will help alot. I will update again later.

      May 30

  • A former member
    A former member

    If you're looking for an open source Haskell project to contribute to, I've been working on porting Chronic: , to Haskell : . Right now, I'm just working on porting tests, so even if you don't have a lot of Haskell experience, you still might be able to help out a lot.

    1 · May 15

    • Anne M.

      Thank you @David M! Chronic seems like a great project, being able to read all flavors of timestamps in text [aka NLP for dates]. I'd love to help. I also met the Reffit developer, Greg, at our hackathon, so that's another I'd like to help.­ Perchance will you be able to come to our project time this week,[masked]Sat ?­

      2 · May 16

    • A former member
      A former member

      Yep, I'll be there!

      1 · May 16

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  • Artem Z.

    Haskell enthusiast. Former topos theorist

  • Mike S.

    Mullti-platfor­m developer.

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  • Nick

    Hoping to attain some level of expertise with Haskell.

  • Augustina R. +1

    Erryday I'm Haskellin' Haskellin'

  • Craig S.

    Learning Haskell for fun

  • AA

    Interested in practical Functional Programming.

  • Brian G.

    I love haskell and want to learn more!

  • Kat C.

    learning haskell

  • Erin D.

    I'm a front-end developer interested in learning more about Haskell!

  • Geoffrey N.

    New to Haskell

  • Raymond de L.

    Senior Software Engineer at Adaptly

  • sojourner

    I ❤ functional.

  • mark p.

    thinking about getting really good at something

  • Peter R.

    front end web developer looking to get a basic understanding of functional programming languages... more

  • Christina G.

    haskell n00b, technology hobbyist, data nerd

  • John

    I'm a software engineer in NYC interested in functional programming.

  • kevin E.

    I am an ex-hacker looking to learn Haskell. No knowledge about Haskell.

  • Brian H.

    Ocaml/Clojure programmer, static typing advocate.

  • Anne M.

    love sw

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