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Issue 158 2019-05-09

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Welcome to another issue of Haskell Weekly! Haskell is a safe, purely functional programming language with a fast, concurrent runtime. This is a weekly summary of what’s going on in its community.

Featured

  • Benchmarks of various trie implementations by Marco Zocca

    While studying various approaches to prefix trees (“tries”), I wrote a small memory and time benchmark of four implementations.

  • Build a HTTP Proxy in Haskell on AWS Lambda by Chris Bacon

    This is just a quick one to put some Haskell code on AWS Lambda, and what’s better than a good-old HTTP Proxy?

  • co-log logging library with polysemy for extensible effects and chronos for fast time by Kowainik

    We are thrilled to share the new release of our multipackage logging library co-log!

  • Discovering DataKinds at Runtime by Travis Whitaker

    Something almost universal to introductions to “type-level programming” in Haskell is an example involving sized vectors.

  • Drawing foldl and foldr by Joachim Breitner

    Often, someone wants to exhaling the difference between a left-fold and a right-fold, i.e. foldl and foldr in Haskell, you see a picture.

  • Haskell monads and the nest of lies by John Sullivan

    The IO monad in Haskell works by assuming our universe is in a simulation and that your tiny computer can capture the entire state of the universe and play it forwards in real time.

  • Higher Kinded Option Parsing by Chris Penner

    Higher Kinded Data Types (HKDTs) have piqued my interest lately. They seem to have a lot of potential applications, however the ergonomics still aren’t so great in most of these cases.

  • Purity in Haskell by Marco Sampellegrini

    Purity is not about preventing side effects, it’s about having a clear boundary between code with side effects and pure code.

  • Some Tricks for List Manipulation by Donnacha Oisín Kidney

    This post is a collection of some of the tricks I’ve learned for manipulating lists in Haskell. Each one starts with a puzzle: you should try the puzzle yourself before seeing the solution!

Jobs

  • Galois is hiring for a variety of roles (ad)

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    We collaborate with organizations like NASA, DARPA, and AWS to explore blue sky ideas and turn them into usable technology. Some of the things we’ve worked on in the past: Formal methods, static analysis, cryptographic algorithms, abstract interpretation, type theory, formal verification, reinforcement learning, autonomous systems assurance, communication security, cyber-deception for network defense, DDoS defense, provable hardware security, and statistical anomaly detection for detecting advanced persistent threats. We think working here is awesome; see lifeatgalois.com.

  • Mercury is hiring a Haskell engineer (Full-time/SF/US Remote) (ad)

    Mercury is a bank for businesses. Founded in 2017, Mercury is growing rapidly and is hiring an additional two full-time engineers. Join a small team writing a backend in 100% Haskell, using Nix for deployment, and using Typescript/React on the frontend.

  • Wire is hiring again: a DevOps + Haskell position [Berlin]

Trying to hire a Haskell developer? You should advertise with us!

In brief

Package of the week

This week’s package of the week is Haze, a small BitTorrent client for learning purposes.

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