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Worlds of Logging in Haskell
Abstract Logging is a rather boring yet ubiquitous task in software development. As usual, Haskell makes it exciting. How would you otherwise explain that there is an enormous amount of libraries which implement it? They differ a lot in their ideas and approaches, capabilities, Haskell features in use, performance, and infrastructure support. In this talk, I’ll make an attempt to categorize existing libraries for logging, give an overview of the most interesting and often used ones, show examples, and provide you with some guidelines on which library to take for your next Haskell project. Bio Vitaly Bragilevsky serves as both the Haskell 2020 Language Committee and the GHC Steering Committee member. He works as a Senior Lecturer at the Southern Federal University in Rostov-on-Don, Russia where he teaches undergraduate students functional programming and theory of computations. He is the author of ‘Haskell in Depth’ (Manning Publications, available via Manning’s early access program). Logistics This meetup is at a new location, near Harvard Square, provided by Kensho Technologies. Refreshments will be provided by Kensho and S&P Global.

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