Every 2nd Monday of the month

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Many programmers start using Haskell for practical purposes as a scripting tool. One of the prominent tools for this purpose is Turtle[1], a library for building CLI tools.

This talk will demonstrate this package and describe some of its features, and show how to get started writing your own scripts.

This talk assumes some familiarity with Haskell, and does not attempt to explain basic syntax and semantics in depth. However, it will be as accessible as possible to less experienced Haskell programmers.