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Haskell meetup with talks + drinks

Hi all and welcome all the new members who joined recently, glad to see our group growing!

In this meetup we have David Terei (GHC LLVM backend and Safe Haskellen) and Hamish Mackenzie (GHCJS and Leksah) - talk abstracts are TBA.

Thanks for Prezi to provide the venue and drinks!

And last but not least - you all should also check out MLOC-JS organized by Prezi, ustream, and LogMeIn, a great conference around client-side web development!

See you soon,

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  • Robert W.

    maybe I will come later, depend on the time I need for hotel checkin

    February 13, 2013

  • Robin P

    Is it sick to expect a type signature to appear when hovering over "map" after the address?

    February 5, 2013

  • Zsolt D.

    Here's a teaser about the two talks:

    David will talk about his memcache client implementation in Haskell: The memcache protocol is widely implemented and fairly simple.
    However, encoding this in Haskell vs. an imperative language
    demonstrates some of the nice features of the Haskell language such
    abstract-data-types (ADT), great parsing and serialization libraries,
    and the light-weight threading model. All of which allow the protocol
    to be represented concisely, correctly and with great performance.

    Hamish will give us a sneak peek about the latest unrelease Leksah features:
    I'll give a quick tour of Leksah and show off some of the new features that are coming in the next official release (0.14). Including:
    * Better support for building Haddock documents (including our first use of WebKitGTK+ in Leksah)
    * New GHCi integration features (better support for running your unit tests and haddock code blocks in GHCi)
    * Version control integration

    February 1, 2013

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