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An introduction to the pipes library by Mihaly Barasz

The pipes library is a very nice stream programming library written in Haskell. Stream programming is concerned with writing programs that deal with possibly infinite streams of data using a bounded amount of memory. Stream programming is thus a crucial tool to write todays applications and this talk will provide a jump-start to your next stream processing application :-)

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