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Shake: Past, Present & Future

Speaker: Neil Mitchel.

Shake is a Haskell library for implementing build systems, an alternative to Make, but with much more powerful and accurate dependencies. In this talk we trace the origins of Shake, from a small module to build a PhD thesis, to a production quality build system, figuring out the keys ideas along the way. As we look to the future we'll discuss the conversion of the GHC build system to Shake and how Shake can compete against tools like Bazel / Buck from Google / Facebook.

(N.B. There is a change from our normal room and only 50 places this month)

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  • Dominic S.

    Sorry my 3 hour ride turned into a 6 hour ride. Hope it all goes well.

    October 26

  • Ben C.

    PLS VIDEO as I can't be there and I'm actually using shake for real work now

    4 · October 18

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