Purim Haskell Meetup

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Join us on March 25th to celebrate Purim and the power of Haskell. All skill levels are welcome. The event will be held in English.

๐Ÿ“‹ Please fill out this form to register:
๐Ÿ”— http://tinyurl.com/y54vyotj

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๐Ÿ•  17:45-18:15 โ€” Reception, networking, coffee & cake

๐Ÿ•• 18:15-18:45 โ€” "Friendly static types" by Eyal Lotem
Eyal is a core contributor to Lamdu, an open source live programming environment. He will show a demo and talk about Lamduโ€™s approach to static typing.

๐Ÿ•ก 18:45-19:00
Short break โ€” coffee & cake

๐Ÿ•– 19:00-19:30 โ€” "Haskell @ Wire" by Artyom Kazak
Artyom is a backend developer at Wire messenger and an author of several open source libraries. He will talk about what it takes to build an actual production ready system with Haskell and his experience at Wire.

๐Ÿ•ข 19:30-20:00 โ€” Networking and a lightning talk session

๐Ÿ•— 20:00-20:20 โ€” "Build your own Webpack with Haskell and Shake" by Ben Kramek
Ben is a senior engineer at MedFlyt and a Haskell enthusiast. In this talk he will present an introduction to Shake build system and show how it can be used to create your own front-end pipeline that is tailored to specific needs of the project and is powerful, modular, flexible, reliable and fast.

๐Ÿ•ฃ 20:20-20:30 โ€” Short break, coffee & cake

๐Ÿ•˜ 20:30-21:00 โ€” "Moving towards dependent Haskell in GHC" by Vlad Zavialov
Vlad is a Haskell engineer at Serokell. He will talk about his work on the GHC compiler and the steps to bring dependent types support to Haskell.

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๐Ÿ“‹ Hereืณs the registration form again:
๐Ÿ”— http://tinyurl.com/y54vyotj

Hope to see you all,
Tikal Team