What we're about

The NY Haskell Users Group is for all programmers either interested in or experienced with the Haskell programming language. We want to build a community of Haskell developers in the New York area that can share knowledge, projects, and experience, and to generally foster and encourage strongly typed functional programming, in all languages, all settings, and all industries. Our events center around talks, but we have also hosted social hours, code workshops, and a hackathon. Regular meetings are on the fourth wednesday of each month.

We post videos of all talks on our YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzNYHE7Kj6pBqq5h8LG9Zcg)

Upcoming events (5+)

Parallel and Concurrent Haskell Reading Group

Come join us for the Parallel and Concurrent Haskell Reading group! Hosted at the Kadena office located in Brooklyn. Refreshments and pizza will be provided. Ongoing discussions, update, and information about chapter content will be held in the discord: https://discord.gg/8azNpnn

Parallel and Concurrent Haskell Reading Group

Come join us for the Parallel and Concurrent Haskell Reading group! Hosted at the Kadena office located in Brooklyn. Refreshments and pizza will be provided. Ongoing discussions, update, and information about chapter content will be held in the discord: https://discord.gg/8azNpnn

Parallel and Concurrent Haskell Reading Group

Come join us for the Parallel and Concurrent Haskell Reading group! Hosted at the Kadena office located in Brooklyn. Refreshments and pizza will be provided. Ongoing discussions, update, and information about chapter content will be held in the discord: https://discord.gg/8azNpnn

HAMTs From Scratch with Vaibhav Sagar

16 Vestry St

Abstract: Phil Bagwell's Hash Array Mapped Tries are the backbone of Clojure and Scala's immutable collections libraries and the data structure underpinning our unordered-containers package. In this talk I will attempt to demystify them by writing a toy implementation from scratch! My hope is that this will give everyone present a better understanding of how they work Bio: Vaibhav Sagar used to write web apps for a living. He still does, but he used to, too. When he's not doing that, he talks about Nix on Twitter and abuses CPP to make IHaskell support multiple GHC releases.

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Parallel and Concurrent Haskell Reading Group

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